Parma Heights

Robert W. Henry House, Parma Heights, OHParma Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County on 4.19 square miles surrounded on three sides by the larger city of Parma. It is a western suburb of Cleveland. As of the 2010 Census there were 20,718 people, 9,534 households, and 5,298 families residing in the city, with a median age of 43.2 years.

Parma Heights is a community of neighborhoods with homes on quiet, tree-lined streets where people really care about one another. Residents have great opportunities to own nice mid-century homes at very affordable prices. The median sales price for homes in Parma Heights is in the $110-115,000 range, making it an affordable community for young families, singles, and retirees alike. With a convenient lifestyle, easy access to parks and green space, cultural activities, and programs and services for residents of all ages, Parma Heights is a great place to live.  

Parma Heights students attend Parma City School District schools, which also serves students in Parma and Seven Hills. District enrollment is approximately 11,000 students in 3 high schools, 3 middle schools and 8 grade schools.  The district has an Excellent academic rating, with an average student/teach ratio of 18:1, and 60% of the teachers and staff have Master's Degrees or higher.

Follow Parma Heights on Facebook to keep up with what's going on in the community and all the special events.  Also, check the city's website for information about city services and recreation department programs.


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