City of Warrensville Heights Demographics
The home of Fortune 500 companies, a vibrant retail and commercial area and new schools currently under development have helped to create a strong, sustainable economy that attracts businesses and families. Warrensville Heights offers a convenient location, stable workforce and family-oriented services for growing and expanding business.
The population is approximately 13,800 residents, every day the city attracts 140,000 people to work, shop and visit.
Area / Location
Encompassing 4.1 square miles, Warrensville Heights is strategically located off of I-271, 480 and 422 just 18 miles east of downtown Cleveland, with easy access to three interstate highways and 30 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, 10 minutes from Cuyahoga County Airport and 40 minutes from Akron Canton Airport.
Warrensville Heights is home to nearly 680 companies and more than 14,200 employees. The community's diverse business core includes Fortune 500 companies, international companies and entrepreneurs.
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Heinen's Fine Foods
Warrensville Board of Education
University Hospital Health Systems
General Electric Healthcare
Great Lakes Petroleum
Marcus Thomas, LLC
Education and Corporate Training
The City of Warrensville Heights is served by the Warrensville Heights City School District. The school is undergoing a new facility plan which passed the Levy by 77% to develop a state-of-the-art Pre-K – 5th Grade school, Middle School and High School. The student to teacher ratio of Warrensville Heights public schools is 15:1, compared to 17:1 in Ohio and 16:1 across all of the United States. There are approximately 1,600 students enrolled.
Warrensville Heights is home of the state-of-the-art Corporate College which is designed for individuals and businesses that are seeking to improve skills and boost knowledge to compete in today's business world. Programs include high-end technology courses and a wide spectrum of leadership and professional development programs.
Warrensville Height's metropolitan area has an outstanding system of higher education. We are home to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and boarder Cuyahoga Community College - Eastern Campus. Within a half-hour drive, Case Western Reserve University, the University of Akron, Kent State University, John Carroll University, Cleveland State University, Ursuline College, Baldwin Wallace and Notre Dame College can be reached.
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