|President||John Wilson Jr|
|Meeting site||Lawson State Community College, (map)|
|Meeting day||1st Monday|
|Neighborhood map||Grasselli Heights|
The neighborhood is bounded to the north by tracks owned by the Seaboard System Railroad, which separates it from the Western Steel Fabricators plant in unincorporated Jefferson County and from Birmingham's Riley-Travellick neighborhood. On the east and northeast the neighborhood is separated from Tarpley City by 37th Street Southwest, Rutledge Avenue and Wilson Road Southwest. Lawson State Community College and Wenonah High School are located just north of Grasselli Heights on Wilson Road.
Grasselli Heights borders East Brownsville to the south, bounded by Felix Avenue near Venice Road and then following the alleyways behind Willard Avenue and Carver Avenue. East Brownsville Park abuts Grasselli Heights at Felix Avenue. On the west the neighborhood is separated from Hillman Park by 45th Street Southwest.
The Grasselli Heights Neighborhood Association meets on the first Monday of each month at Lawson State Community College. John Wilson Jr is neighborhood president.
On July 24, 2008 a family of four living on Howard Avenue in Grasselli Heights was found murdered in their burning home. Two teenagers have been charged as of July 31, with investigation into other possible suspects continuing.