Community Information

Woodland Hills Area Schools

Woodland Hills’ elementary and secondary students are served by
Tuscaloosa City Schools. Thanks to recent restructuring of all Tuscaloosa City Schools, our children’s schools are now conveniently located in east Tuscaloosa.

Grades K – 5 attend Arcadia Elementary located on Arcadia Drive about 1.7 miles from Woodland Hills. Arcadia Elementary offers an excellent after-school program until 5:30 PM.

Grades 6 – 8 attend Eastwood Middle School located on Buttermilk Road about 3 miles from Woodland Hills. This is a new facility that was opened in January 2003.

Grades 9 – 12 attend the Paul W. Bryant High School which opened in August 2003. Bryant High is located across the street from the new Eastwood Middle School off Buttermilk Road.

The Tuscaloosa Board of Education is elected by BOE Districts. Woodland Hills is in BOE District 6. Our District representative on the Board is Marvin Lucas. Marvin Lucas can be reached via email at

Local and State Government

The City of Tuscaloosa is located in West Alabama on the Black Warrior River, 57 miles southwest of Birmingham. Tuscaloosa is the county seat of 1,340 square mile Tuscaloosa County, which also includes the municipalities of Northport and Brookwood. The City’s 93,357 inhabitants (2012) represent nearly half of Tuscaloosa County’s 193,656 population. The city population swells to approximately 125,000 when the colleges are in session.

Tuscaloosa has a mayor-council form of municipal government. The mayor is elected at-large by all city voters, while voters in each district elect the seven district council members. Mr. Walter Maddox is the Mayor.

Woodland Hills is located in City District 6.  Our current (as of December 2013) District 6 representative is Eddie Pugh.  The contact information for the Mayor and Councilman can be found at the City of Tuscaloosa City Council website while other information is available at the City’s website.

You can download a map of Tuscaloosa showing all District boundaries.

Woodland Hills is in the Tuscaloosa County Commission District 3. Information on our County Commission District, and our representative Bobby Miller, is available at the Discrict 3 web page.

Information on Tuscaloosa County is available at the County’s website.

State House of Representatives, District 63
Bill Poole
Download a map showing State House District Boundaries.

State Senate Representative
Gerald Allen
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United States Congress

US House of Representatives District 7 Terri Sewell (D – Birmingham)

United States Senate Richard Shelby (R – Tuscaloosa) | Sen. Shelby’s Facebook page

United States Senate Jeff Sessions (R – Mobile)