Introduction to Warrensville Heights, Ohio
Warrensville Heights, Ohio, in Cuyahoga county, is 9 miles SE of Cleveland, Ohio. The city is included in the Cleveland - Lorain - Elyria metropolitan area.
Warrensville Heights History
Warrensville Heights was initially incorporated as a village in 1927. However, in the year 1960, it was reincorporated as a city. One of the settlers in this area was David Warren and the community has been named after him. The city currently has a Mayor-council type of a government. The local Warrensville Heights City School District enrolls about 2,500 students each year.
Warrensville Heights and Nearby Attractions
- James A. Garfield National Historic Site
- Cleveland Museum of Art
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
- Cleveland Botanical Garden
- Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
- Six Flags Worlds of Adventure
Things To Do In Warrensville Heights
Warrensville Heights is close to the James A. Garfield National Historic Site which was once home of the 20th President of the United States. One can visit the Western Reserve Historical Society Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum which houses music-related exhibits like audio, handwritten lyrics, instruments and other memorabilia. The Warrensville Heights City Hall and the Saint Jude Catholic Church in the city are worth paying a visit to. Also, one can plan a day trip to the Cleveland Botanical Garden, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo or the amusement park called Six Flags Worlds of Adventure.
Warrensville Heights Transportation
Cuyahoga County is the nearest airport.
Warrensville Heights Higher Education
There are a number of institutes offering opportunities for higher education to residents of Warrensville Heights. Among these are the John Carroll University, the Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland State University, the Cuyahoga Community College District and the Baldwin-Wallace College.