Cahaba Cliffs (in Jefferson County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Cahaba Cliffs (GNIS FID: 1700271) is a populated place located in Jefferson County at latitude 33.429 and longitude -86.719.

The elevation of Cahaba Cliffs is 502 feet. Cahaba Cliffs appears on the Cahaba Heights U.S. Geological Survey Map. Jefferson County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Meadowbrook, AL (2.4 miles SE)
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Vestavia Hills, AL (4.1 miles WNW)
Vestavia Hills, AL (4.1 miles WNW)
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Mountain Brook, AL (5.3 miles NNW)
Hoover, AL (5.5 miles WSW)
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Indian Springs Village, AL (5.5 miles SSW)
Homewood, AL (5.6 miles WNW)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Acton, AL (< 0.1 mile)
Inverness Point, AL (< 0.1 mile)
Cahaba Commons, AL (< 0.1 mile)
Westbrook Trace, AL (1.4 miles WNW)
Altadena Ridge Estates, AL (1.4 miles WNW)
Camp Horne, AL (1.4 miles SW)
Riverwood, AL (1.4 miles SW)
Inverness, AL (1.4 miles SSE)
Thornhill, AL (1.9 miles W)
Hickory Ridge Estates, AL (1.9 miles W)

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