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Middleburg Heights a city and a quiet suburb of Cleveland in Cuyahoga County. It had a population of about 16,000 people in 2019. It has a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. There are many restaurants, coffee shops, and parks in the city.


Middleburg Heights is part of the historic Connecticut Western Reserve, which the State of Connecticut "reserved" for its own purposes when in 1786 Connecticut relinquished claim to some of its western lands and ceded them to the new Federal Government. The first European settlers to the area that became Middleburg Township were Jared Hickcox and his family. They came from Waterbury, Connecticut.

The Village of Middleburg Heights was established in 1928.

Get in[edit]

Map of Middleburg Heights

By car[edit]

Middleburg Heights is in the southwesterly portion of the Cleveland metropolitan area along US Route 42 approximately 11 miles (18 km) southwest of downtown Cleveland.

I71 passes through Middleburg Heights.

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Old District 10 Schoolhouse. A historic 5-room schoolhouse that also served as a city hall and Prohibition-era speakeasy. Old District 10 Schoolhouse (Q24040167) on Wikidata Old District 10 Schoolhouse on Wikipedia


Big Creek Metropark
  • 1 Big Creek Metro Reservation. Big Creek Metro Reservation (Q49474714) on Wikidata


  • 1 Southland Shopping Center.


  • 1 Kathrine's Family Restaurant.


  • 1 The Islander.



Go next[edit]

Routes through Middleburg Heights
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