The Alabama Blount County Annexation Amendment 4 was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment that appeared on the November 4, 2008 ballot in Alabama, where it was approved.
| Alabama Blount County Annexation|
| Yes|| 620,915|| 56.9%|
Results according to Alabama Secretary of State.
Text of measure
Proposition 4 enacted the following provisions:
- Prohibits any muncipality that is not located wholly or in part within the boundaries of Blounty County on the effective date of this amendment from annexing any territory within Blount County without the approval of the electorate of Blount County expressed in a vote on the issue of the annexation.
Changes to the Alabama Constitution
The passing of Alabama Blount County Annexation, Amendment 4 added Amendment 806 to the Alabama Constitution.