Bay Village has it ALL!
Four city parks, Reese Park on the east end, Bradley Road Park and Walker Road Park on the west end and the Cahoon Memorial Park in the center of town provide an abundance of recreational opportunities. The Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation boasts 336 acres of parkland with scenic walking trails and is home to the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, BAYarts, Huntington Playhouse, Vento and Huntington Beach, a certified Blue Wave Beach. These parks have bike paths, sledding hills, ice skating ponds, ball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts, an outdoor swimming pool, lighted tennis courts and playgrounds. This city plays as hard as it works.
Bay Village offers a variety of dining options in our independently owned restaurants and coffee shops. BAYarts offers
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art classes and cultural events. Their art gallery and shops highlight the talents of numerous local artists. During the summer a weekly Farm and Art Market attracts many of our residents and visitors. The Lake Erie Nature & Science Center features educational programs, nature exhibits, and one of only three public planetariums in Northeast Ohio. Our local school district provides a superior education for students of all ages. Westerly Elementary School was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. It is one of only 285 public and 50 private schools receiving the honor in 2015. The award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content. Please visit our website at www. cityofbayvillage. com to see why Bay Village is a great place to call home!
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and community lifestyle. Bay Village residents are fortunate to have a community rich in recreational and cultural opportunities.
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Beautifully nestled along five miles of Lake Erieâ€™s southern shore, Bay Village is consistently rated as one of the top communities in all of Northern Ohio. Residents value our family-oriented community with excellent schools, many community organizations, scenic parks, green space and walkable neighborhoods. Bay Village blends the convenience of its west side location with the tranquility of an almost totally residential community. Founded in 1810 by Joseph Cahoon of Connecticut, the City has maintained its New England flavor and its origins both in general architectural
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Paul Koomar, Mayor, City of Bay Village