Strongsville is a city that has always moved forward with industry and community development while at the same time maintaining a development plan that sustains a comfortable atmosphere where historic landmarks and neighborhoods are respected and blended aesthetically with industry and business.
Homes in Strongsville are recognized for their excellence and appreciating property values. There is an extensive selection of single-family home styles and price ranges in Strongsville, including innovative townhouse and cluster home designs.
Put yourself in the midst of 2,000 acres of Cleveland Metropolitan Park, and you put yourself in Strongsville. A variety of recreational opportunities are available through the Strongsville Recreation Department. The Strongsville Recreation and Senior Complex, a 150,000 square foot building opened in March of 1998, has outstanding swimming, track, weight training, and court facilities. Add to this 86 acres of city parks, 10 general play fields, 18 baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and basketball courts. Whatever your interests in relaxation, you can find them in Strongsville!
The Strongsville School System
The Strongsville school system offers challenging, diverse programs of learning. Strong academic programs have led to Strongsville students’ ninth-grade test scores consistently being among the highest in the Greater Cleveland area and among the highest in the State of Ohio. Extracurricular activities have brought distinction to the city, with both the girls and boys soccer teams recently winning state championships and the marching band participating in Bowl parades every three years.
Pat Catan Stadium
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Collegiate facilities are as close as Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Cleveland State University, John Carroll University and Case Western Reserve University in Downtown Cleveland, and the Western Campus of Cuyahoga Community College in Parma.
"Quality of Life" Survey Results
In December of 2005 the City of Strongsville mailed out a "Quality of Life survey
to every household in Strongsville. Nearly 6,000 surveys were returned to the
92% of the respondents rating the quality of life in Strongsville as good
89% of respondents would recommend Strongsville to another person as a place to live
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