Brooklyn Heights is a village in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States.
The Village of Brooklyn Heights is the site of the first commercial greenhouse and once known as the “Greenhouse Capital of America”. It’s located in the heart of Cuyahoga County just minutes from Downtown Cleveland with immediate access to Interstates 77, 480, 90 and the Jennings Freeway State Route 176.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the southern part of the city is dominated by a heavily wooded valley with a creek running through the middle of it. Otherwise, the remainder of Brooklyn Heights is developed land, consisting primarily of unattached housing.
The community offers a variety of housing and features century homes and new homes. The village offers amenities, programs, and abundant recreational opportunities that are enjoyed by all. An outstanding quality of life for young and old alike in a “caring and sharing” community. http://www.brooklynhts.org/
Excellence in Education: Cuyahoga Heights School System – Blue Ribbon School
The Cuyahoga Heights School District, which serves the villages of Cuyahoga Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Valley View, is a first ring school district located approximately 4 miles from mid-town Cleveland. www.cuyhts.k12.oh.us
Brooklyn Heights has a vibrant commercial base with over 200 businesses in the village.