Introduction to South Euclid, Ohio
South Euclid, Ohio, in Cuyahoga county, is 4 miles S of Euclid, Ohio and 9 miles E of Cleveland, Ohio. The city is conveniently located inside the Cleveland - Lorain - Elyria metropolitan area. There are an estimated 23,537 people in South Euclid.
South Euclid History
South Euclid had its beginning in the quarries, which contributed to the construction of Greater Cleveland’s earliest sidewalks and streets. It was established as a village in October of 1917, and given the status of a city in 1941. Over the years it has developed its reputation as a "College Town for All Ages."
South Euclid and nearby Attractions
- Beachwood Place
- Richmond Town Square
- Legacy Village
- Eton Chagrin Boulevard
- Euclid Creek Reservation
Things To Do In South Euclid
There are numerous shopping and dining opportunities locally. There are quite a few golf courses around the area as well. The Euclid Creek Reservation provides options for hiking. Cleveland Botanical Garden has a large number of exotic plants on display.
South Euclid Transportation
Air transportation is available from Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport.
South Euclid Higher Education
Notre Dame College of Ohio is the local college. John Carroll University and Case Western Reserve University are also located nearby.