|Community||Five Points West community|
|Meeting site||Bush Hills Academy, (map)|
|Meeting day||4th Tuesday|
|Neighborhood map||Bush Hills|
The neighborhood is traversed by Graymont Avenue/Pike Road and Bush Boulevard. It is separated from the Thomas and Ensley neighborhoods by I-20/59 on the north and abuts the College Hills and Graymont neighborhoods across Arkadelphia Road to the east; Rising-West Princeton and Fairview across 3rd Avenue West and 20th Place West to the south; and Ensley Highlands across Avenue Y to the west.
The neighborhood is represented in Birmingham City Council District 8. Students in the neighborhood attend Bush Hills Academy or Minor Elementary School and Parker or Jackson-Olin High Schools. Alma Dennis Park is located on Avenue Z in the neighborhood's western edge.
The Bush Hills Neighborhood Association meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at Bush Hills Academy on 16th Street West. The neighborhood association established a non-profit Bush Hills Connections, which redeveloped the former Wilson Elementary School as the Bush Hills Community Garden and Urban Farm.
- 2010: 4,172 (66.8% Black)
- 2020: 3,510 (65.8% Black)
- Banks, Richard (January 7, 2023) "An old school in Birmingham’s Bush Hills is now an urban farm. Residents are thinking bigger" WBHM.org / BirminghamWatch
- Bush Hills on livbirmingham.org