The city Willoughby Hills was incorporated as a village in 1954, and became a city in 1970. Since that time the city has grow to population of approximately 9,485 (2010 census). The median income for a household in the city is $47,493, and the median income for a family was $60,397. The median home value in Willoughby Hills, Oh, is $252,650. Willoughby Hills encompasses 10.8 square miles, through which the Chagrin River has carved a scenic valley to the east. The land through that valley is a flood plain, a precious natural resource.
The city motto is where the city meets the country. It is considered one of the most picturesque communities in northeast Ohio. Willoughby Hills maintains the delicate balance between country and city. You will find one of the greatest features of living in Northeastern Ohio near by, the Cleveland Metroparks’. The Metroparks’ in northeastern Ohio is known as the Emerald Necklaces. The emerald necklace is one of the best park systems in the country. You will find it close by in Willoughby Hills. It features something to do all in all seasons. You will find horseback riding, golfing, cross country skiing, biking and walking paths at the parks
Two notable buildings in Willoughby Hills are the Squire's Castle in the Cleveland Metroparks' North Chagrin Reservation and the Louis Penfield House, a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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