Cleveland Heights – Cuyahoga County, OH
Incorporated in 1903, the city of Cleveland Heights was built up around a quaint farming community in Cuyahoga County.
Cleveland Heights is located less than half an hour from downtown Cleveland, offering the perfect balance of small town and big city lifestyles.
Cleveland Heights has several elementary schools for children in grades one through six: Boulevard Elementary, Canterbury Elementary, Fairfax Elementary, Noble Elementary, Oxford Elementary, and Roxboro Elementary. Students in grades seven and eight can be enrolled at Monticello Middle School, Roxboro Middle School, or Wiley Middle School.
Cleveland Heights High School services all Cleveland Heights students in grades nine through twelve. High school students can also augment their education in the Tri-Heights Consortium, a career preparatory course that teaches students a trade.
Shopping and Dining
Cleveland Heights contains eleven unique commercial districts, each with an eclectic blend of restaurants, cafés, boutiques, and other businesses:
Cedar Fairmount – Dubbed “the gateway to Cleveland Heights”, this district is modeled after an English village.
Cain Park Village – This district is the center of the Jewish community in Cleveland Heights. The numerous Kosher restaurants, Jewish schools, and other Jewish businesses exemplify the city’s cultural diversity.
Cedar Lee – While it is known for its great restaurants spanning a wide range of cuisines, Cedar Lee is also home to the Cedar Lee Theatre, a modern cinema facility.
Cedar Taylor – Among the many businesses in this district is Café Tandoor, one of the most popular Indian restaurants in the region. Cedar Taylor’s boundaries also extend into the neighboring town of University Heights.
Center Mayfield – Small restaurants, a furniture store, and a music shop give this district its distinctive character.
Coventry Village – Home to a collectible toyshop, art supply store, as well as many fashionable clothing stores.
Fairmount Taylor – Antique shops, design firms, and artisan bakeries are just a few of the things that draw shoppers as well as tourists to this rustic neighborhood.
Heights Rockefeller – The office of the Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce is located in this area along with an auto dealership, photography studio, and a handcrafted jewelry store.
Noble Monticello – This district has plenty to offer the pet owners of Cleveland Heights. The Rainbow Veterinary Clinic tends to pets’ medical needs while Dogtopia provides dog boarding and behavioral training services.
Noble Nela – This area’s dazzling Christmas light display during the holiday season is a major attraction.
Severance Town Center – Chain retailers specializing in office supplies, fashion, and household goods provide maximum shopping convenience.
Parks & Recreation
Cain Park includes 22 acres of paths for biking or jogging, tennis and basketball courts, a skate part, picnic areas, and playgrounds. It also contains performance venues for music groups, dance troupes, and theater companies. The Audrey and Harvey Feinberg Art Gallery is located in Cain Park as well.
The Cleveland Heights Community Center has something for the whole family: an Olympic-size ice skating rink, senior activity center, summer day camp, and meeting/recreation rooms open to the community.