Visit Broadview Hts.
Broadview Heights was originally occupied by the Chippewa Indians. The first white settler was Seth Paine in 1811. Broadview Heights was originally part of both North Royalton and Brecksville townships. Residents voted to incorporate as a village on Nov. 30th 1926. Their petition was granted in 1927 and Broadview Heights went on to become a city in 1960.
This quaint southern suburb, which lies 10 miles south of Cleveland and 20 miles north of Akron, occupies 13 sq. miles of wooded rolling hills. Often referred to as the “Highest of the Heights” and is so named because it has the highest elevations in Cuyahoga County; sitting 1275 ft. above sea level.Whether you are planning a quick trip or an extended stay, Broadview Heights offers a variety of experiences to satisfy all ages and budgets. Situated midway between Cleveland and Akron, your entertainment options
are unlimited—from local shopping and dining, to sporting events and cultural experiences.
If big city events are more your speed Broadview Heights is only a 20 minute drive from attractions such as The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Progressive Field, The Cleveland Orchestra and Playhouse Square, Quicken Loans Arena, and the future home of a downtown Casino.