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Total Population, 2010

Cuyahoga County Communities and Seven-County Region

Data for Greater Cleveland from the United States Census Bureau decennial census

Cuyahoga County Communities

Population
rank
2010
Population
rank
2000
Community Population 2000 Population 2010 Change
2000-2010
(Number)
Change
2000-2010
(Percent)
24 22 Bay Village city 16,087 15,651 -436 -2.7%
31 30 Beachwood city 12,186 11,953 -233 -1.9%
30 27 Bedford city 14,214 13,074 -1,140 -8.0%
34 33 Bedford Heights city 11,375 10,751 -624 -5.5%
55 52 Bentleyville village 947 864 -83 -8.8%
20 20 Berea city 18,970 19,093 123 0.6%
50 51 Bratenahl village 1,337 1,197 -140 -10.5%
26 29 Brecksville city 13,382 13,656 274 2.0%
17 23 Broadview Heights city 15,967 19,400 3,433 21.5%
33 32 Brooklyn city 11,586 11,169 -417 -3.6%
49 50 Brooklyn Heights village 1,558 1,543 -15 -1.0%
18 17 Brook Park city 21,218 19,212 -2,006 -9.5%
40 40 Chagrin Falls* 4,159 4,233 74 1.8%
1 1 Cleveland city 478,403 396,815 -81,588 -17.1%
5 5 Cleveland Heights city 49,958 46,121 -3,837 -7.7%
56 55 Cuyahoga Heights village 599 638 39 6.5%
21 12 East Cleveland city 27,217 17,843 -9,374 -34.4%
4 4 Euclid city 52,717 48,920 -3,797 -7.2%
22 21 Fairview Park city 17,572 16,826 -746 -4.2%
10 9 Garfield Heights city 30,734 28,849 -1,885 -6.1%
46 45 Gates Mills village 2,493 2,270 -223 -8.9%
53 57 Glenwillow village 449 923 474 105.6%
37 36 Highland Heights city 8,082 8,345 263 3.3%
51 49 Highland Hills village 1,618 1,130 -488 -30.2%
57 56 Hunting Valley village 590 589 -1 -0.2%
38 38 Independence city 7,109 7,133 24 0.3%
3 3 Lakewood city 56,646 52,131 -4,515 -8.0%
58 58 Linndale village 117 179 62 53.0%
25 25 Lyndhurst city 15,279 14,001 -1,278 -8.4%
13 13 Maple Heights city 26,156 23,138 -3,018 -11.5%
42 42 Mayfield village 3,435 3,460 25 0.7%
19 19 Mayfield Heights city 19,386 19,155 -231 -1.2%
23 24 Middleburg Heights city 15,542 15,946 404 2.6%
44 43 Moreland Hills village 3,298 3,320 22 0.7%
47 47 Newburgh Heights village 2,389 2,167 -222 -9.3%
8 7 North Olmsted city 34,113 32,718 -1,395 -4.1%
52 53 North Randall village 906 1,027 121 13.4%
9 11 North Royalton city 28,648 30,444 1,796 6.3%
41 41 Oakwood village 3,667 3,667 0 0.0%
29 35 Olmsted township 10,575 13,513 2,938 27.8%
36 37 Olmsted Falls city 7,962 9,024 1,062 13.3%
43 44 Orange village 3,236 3,323 87 2.7%
2 2 Parma city 85,655 81,601 -4,054 -4.7%
15 16 Parma Heights city 21,659 20,718 -941 -4.3%
39 39 Pepper Pike city 6,040 5,979 -61 -1.0%
35 34 Richmond Heights city 10,944 10,546 -398 -3.6%
16 18 Rocky River city 20,735 20,213 -522 -2.5%
32 31 Seven Hills city 12,080 11,804 -276 -2.3%
11 10 Shaker Heights city 29,405 28,448 -957 -3.3%
12 15 Solon city 21,802 23,348 1,546 7.1%
14 14 South Euclid city 23,537 22,295 -1,242 -5.3%
6 6 Strongsville city 43,858 44,750 892 2.0%
28 28 University Heights city 14,146 13,539 -607 -4.3%
48 48 Valley View village 2,179 2,034 -145 -6.7%
45 46 Walton Hills village 2,400 2,281 -119 -5.0%
27 26 Warrensville Heights city 15,109 13,542 -1,567 -10.4%
7 8 Westlake city 31,719 32,729 1,010 3.2%
54 54 Woodmere village 828 884 56 6.8%
    Cuyahoga County 1,393,978 1,280,122 -113,856 -8.2%
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Seven-County Region

County Population 2000 Population 2010 Change 2000-2010 (Number) Change 2000-2010 (Percent)
Cuyahoga County 1,393,978 1,280,122 -113,856 -8.17%
Geauga County 90,895 93,389 2,494 2.74%
Lake County 227,511 230,041 2,530 1.11%
Lorain County 284,664 301,356 16,692 5.86%
Medina County 151,095 172,332 21,237 14.06%
Portage County 152,061 161,419 9,358 6.15%
Summit County 542,899 541,781 -1,118 -0.21%
Total 2,843,103 2,780,440 -62,663 -2.20%
Ohio 11,353,140 11,536,504 183,364 1.62%

 

Notes

1. Census 2000 counts are as published in Census 2000 reports and thus do not include any changes published subsequently due to boundary changes or to the Count Question Resolution program.

2. Incorporated places and census designated places are included.

* "Chagrin Falls" data is reported by the Census Bureau (in this release) for the combined areas of Chagrin Falls Village and Chagrin Falls Township

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File, Table PL001, and 2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File, Table P1.

 

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