Vestavia Hills is a city in Alabama, located in Jefferson county but some parts are in Shelby County. The city is on the highest point of Shades Mountain, which forms part of the southern Appalachian Mountains. The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) number for Vestavia Hills is 78552. Its geographical location is 33°25′59″N 86°46′44″W (33.433057, −86.778894).

The town’s name is from the 20-acre (8.1 ha) estate of former Birmingham mayor George B. Ward.  In 1946, developer Charles Byrd planned a subdivision for approximately 1,000 people on the southern slope of Shades Mountain, which is in Alabama.

New construction, housing, and commercial development increased in the late 1960s. In 1970, the city established its own school system to serve students of the area. The schools in Vestavia Hill nowadays are outstanding as per many people. The municipality has a healthy financial position today. Its middle household earnings are high, and residents have shown commitment to community projects.

The dogwood is the official flower of Birmingham. To reflect the value of life and community ideals, city leadership adopted the new “A Life Above” motto in 2014. The official logo features a flag with the words “Unity, Prosperity, and Family.”

Vestavia Hills is a large suburb with four parts: Liberty Park, Cahaba Heights, Patchwork Farms, and Vestavia. It has numerous open areas where families may enjoy the day, participate in athletic activities, and take part in neighborhood gatherings. 

It is a city with a rich history in competitive sports. Many clubs participate in a wide range of activities, including club sports. The city’s parks and facilities are being utilized by numerous clubs. The city of Vestavia supports various sports like baseball, girls and boys basketball, soccer, football, tennis, swimming, and many more.

One of the biggest parks in Vestavia, Wald Park is at the top of a hill. Every day from 5 a.m. until 9:30 p.m., the park is accessible. Pets are okay to enter as long as they are on a leash. Byrd Park on the other hand is smaller, best for a picnic area and there is an available playground for kids too.

There are many small businesses, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks available in Vestavia Hills. Many families call Vestavia Hills home, and they tend to be conservative. The neighborhood is quiet, secure, and well-maintained. There are lots of options for going outside and walking around the park or visiting one of the commercial areas that are conveniently placed. Vestavia Hills is a beautiful city to call home!

As is Crestwood South.