Maple Heights Real Estate
Maple Heights –
Maple Heights is approx. 10 miles southeast of downtown Cleveland via I-77 S and Broadway Ave. Maple Heights became an incorporated village in 1915 within the same boundaries that define it today. During the early 20th century, the growing population of Cleveland, many of whom were immigrants from Italy, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and France started to move to the area, growing the population sufficiently to have Maple Heights classified as a city in 1932.
- Maple Heights has a number of parks dotted around the city, the largest of which is Stafford Park. Stafford Park is the home for Maple Heights high school and middle school softball and baseball games, and hosts close to 40 games each spring. Stafford Park has three pavilions, with electricity, picnic tables, trash cans and nearby running water available.
- The Maple Heights Senior Center provides a variety of social, educational, recreational services and programs to meet the wide-ranging needs of older adults in the area. They also provide van service for older adults 60+ years of age for transportation to the Senior Center, doctor appointments, prescription pick-ups, grocery shopping, etc.; provide lunch for seniors Mon-Fri; homebound older adults needing information and/or assistance may request an outreach visit;
- Maple Heights has got five schools: three Elementary Schools (Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, J.F. Kennedy), Milcovich Middle School and Maple Heights High School
- Population of approx. 23,000 per 2010 census.
For more information on the city of Maple Heights, visit http://www.citymapleheights.com/