Cuyahoga heights is approx. 6 miles south of downtown Cleveland via I -77.
The Village of Cuyahoga Heights is a small town in the heart of the greater Cleveland area. It was formed in 1918 after seceding from the Village of Newburgh Heights.
Residents receive excellent services and complementary amenities such as – Rescue squad services to local hospitals; Weekly rubbish and yard waste collection and recycling along with disposal of large items such as appliances and furniture; Sewer bills paid for each residence; Smoke alarms, as well as batteries once a year, to each residence; Notary services available at Village Hall; Various sport programs offered to community children; Visit from Santa to each home with young children prior to Christmas. In addition, seniors (60 and Over) enjoy – Grass Cutting; Snow plowing of driveways; Once a week bus service to grocery shopping; Once a year wellness visit clinic for EKG, blood work and flu shots.
With its pavilions, playground, fishing pond, ballfields and walking trails, Bacci Park is a great place to enjoy the outdoors. Across the street from the entrance to the Park, one can access the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation and Towpath Trail for more extensive hiking and bike riding opportunities.
Located in the heart of Cuyahoga Heights, is the Georgian style Village Hall which was built in 1935 and features exquisite handcrafted woodwork. In addition to housing the Village Government offices and Council Chambers, there’s a large public auditorium on the second floor.
The Cuyahoga Heights School District, which serves the villages of Cuyahoga Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Valley View. Over 950 students are enrolled in the district’s three schools—high school (9-12), middle school (6-8), elementary school (PreK-5)—located on the same campus.