Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck
|Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck|
|Community||Roebuck-South East Lake|
|Meeting site||South Roebuck Baptist Church, (map)|
|Meeting day||2nd Thursday|
|Neighborhood map||Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck|
Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck, commonly simplified to Roebuck Springs is a neighborhood in Birmingham's Roebuck-South East Lake community. It is located south of I-59 from the Roebuck and Huffman neighborhoods, east of North East Lake and South East Lake, and north of Irondale and Liberty Highlands. The neighborhood includes the historic Roebuck Springs subdivision and the northern half of the Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve.
The W. J. Christian School opened in 1961 in Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck. The former East End Park (also called South Roebuck Park, a neighborhood park off the end of Dogwood Drive featured a swimming pool that hosted the Eastside Swim Club. The abandoned property was later turned over to Ruffner Mountain.
The Roebuck Springs-South Roebuck Neighborhood Association meets on the second Thursday of each month at South Roebuck Baptist Church on Mountain Drive
- Richard Rutledge, 2002-
- Frank Hamby, 2010-
- 2010: 2,936 (43.8% Black)
- 2020: 3,000 (48.8% Black)