Pinson Boulevard is the name of an approximately 1-mile stretch of Alabama Highway 75 as it passes northward through the city limits of Pinson. Originally known as Center Point Road, It begins at approximately 6 miles north of Highway 75's intersection with Exit 134 at I-59 (where it starts as Roebuck Parkway and continues northward as Parkway East and Center Point Parkway).
Pinson Boulevard begins at Pinson city limits at Saturn Lane and continues through the heart of Pinson, including the Pinson Hills and Pinson Main Street historic districts, until its intersection with Alabama Highway 151. At that point, Highway 75 takes a north-easterly turn and is known simply as Highway 75. The entire stretch of Pinson Boulevard is 5 lanes, with two lanes each for north- and south-bound traffic, and a paved center turn lane. A widening project which included removing a bridge between Main Street and Highway 151 was undertaken in the late 1990s.
- 1849: former location of Pasquale's Pizza & Pasta
- 1852: former location of Der Wienerschnitzel (1977)
- 1860: former location of Golden Skillet fried chicken (1975)
- Sweeney Hollow Road intersection
- 4238: Pinson Produce Market
- 4468: Jack's
- 4488: Former location of Big B Drugs
- 4496: King's Home Thrift (2019-), former location of Winn-Dixie, Mission Possible Bargain Center (-2019)
- 4509: Pinson School building
- Main Street intersection
- 4655: Former location of Movie Gallery
- 4675: Big 10 Tires
- 4689: Rite Aid
- 4701: Winn-Dixie