Ensley can refer to any of the following:
- Ensley, a city founded in 1887 and annexed into Birmingham in 1910.
- Ensley community, made up of six neighborhoods
- Ensley neighborhood, a neighborhood in the Ensley community
- Ensley Works, steel plant in use from 1888 to 1976.
- Ensley City Hall, stood from 1900 to 1928.
- Mayor of Ensley
- Ensley High School, founded in 1901
- Ensley Library, opened in 1906
- Ensley Avenue (Booker City), a residential street
- Ensley Five Points West Avenue, connector between Ensley and Five Points West
- Ensley Community House, built in 1942
- Ensley Community Center, built in 1965
- Ensley Hotel, built in 1887
- Ensley Christian Church, constructed 1912
- Ensley Railway, in service from 1887 to 1890
- No. 5 Ensley-Fairfield streetcar line, in service from 1902 to 1948
- No. 6 Pratt-Ensley streetcar line, in service from 1890 to 1950
- No. 27 Ensley No. 38 South East Lake streetcar line, in service from 1912 to 1953
- Ensley Grill, open since 1930
- Bank of Alabama (Ensley)
- Bank of Ensley
- Enoch Ensley, founder and namesake of the City of Ensley
- John Ensley, Birmingham News worker and union leader
- Charles Ensley, son of John, president of the Social Service Workers Local 371 in New York
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