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A diverse, progressive, vital suburb of Cleveland just up the hill from University Circle, with its museums, colleges, and world-renowned medical facilities - Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals - and is a convenient commute to downtown. Well known for its rich variety of homes, Cleveland Heights has everything from front-porch Colonials and Arts and Crafts bungalows to stately Tudors, historic mansions, and innovative new condos.


The population of Cleveland Heights is roughly 45k with an average of 2 persons per household.


Cleveland Heights is a historical city located in Cuyahoga County.

Median House Value

The median value of an owner-occupied house
in Cleveland Heights is about $133,700.

Major Attractions

Places to Visit: Cain Park, Dobama Theatre, Heights Rockefeller Building, and Apple Tree Books.

School District & Rating

District: Cleveland Heights-Uni. Heights CSD
School Rating: C+

Notable Awards

In 2013 Cleveland Heights was awarded the Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly City Award by the League of American Bicyclists.


You’ll find tree-lined streets, great parks and recreational facilities, authentic “main-street” shopping, award-winning restaurants, entertainment, theaters and more! There are many excellent educational opportunities here, including the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools and private and parochial schools that serve our community. The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Library is second to none!


For more than 100 years, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District has been one of the most storied and successful school districts in Northeast Ohio. It serves a vibrant, diverse community, made up of Cleveland Heights, University Heights, and a section of South Euclid. It educates more than 5,200 students each year, from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The CH-UH City School District is deeply committed to educational equity and providing an excellent education for all of its students in every one of its schools.