Springhill Neighborhood Mobile AL


Annexed by the City of Mobile in 1820, Springhill is a neighborhood on a tall, broad hill to the west of downtown Mobile. Originally a summer retreat community, Springhill boasts one of the highest elevations in Alabama (184 ft.). 

The neighborhood of Springhill strongly resembles the antebellum period of United States history. The neighborhood gets its name from a variety of natural springs that exist in the area.


Apx. 37,300 (2017)


Springhill possesses a tropical and humid climate that is native to Alabama. Temperatures can range from the low-sixties to an upwards of 90 degrees.

Median House Price:

$40,700 (2018)

Zip Code:


Median Income:

Individual: $21,500 

Family: $35,400

Popular Jobs:

Springhill was originally established as a summer retreat destination. Surprisingly, this area isn’t known for agriculture, unlike its other neighboring regions. Education and Health is the largest industry in this neighborhood. Other popular industries that employ a large majority of the population include:

  • Retail/Wholesale
  • Arts/Entertainment
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Public Administration


There are currently 16 schools located in Springhill, Alabama. HYPERLINK “http://www.mcpss.com/” 

What’s it like to live in Springhill?

Springhill is one of the oldest communities in the United States. There are a number of historical sites that are registered on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, which include:

  • Beal-Gaillard House (1836)
  • Carolina Hall (1832)
  • Center-Gaillard House (1829)
  • Collins-Marston House (1832)
  • Collins-Robinson House (1843)
  • James Arthur Morrison House (1926)
  • Pfau-Crichton Cottage (1862)
  • Saint Paul’s Episcopal Chapel (1859)
  • Sodality Chapel (1850)
  • Spring Hill College Quadrangle (1869–1910)
  • Stewartfield (1849)