Latest Data (2016)
Population 44,633
Nationwide Rank 845

Quick Facts

Cleveland Heights, Ohio is the 845th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio is a city.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio is currently 17.5% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio's growth is extremely below average. 98% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
835 Beaumont, California 45,349 297.1%
836 Fort Pierce, Florida 45,295 12.4%
837 Bozeman, Montana 45,250 61.1%
838 Blacksburg, Virginia 45,038 13.0%
839 Burleson, Texas 45,016 104.9%
840 Coachella, California 44,953 96.6%
841 Sayreville, New Jersey 44,905 10.8%
842 Ocoee, Florida 44,820 80.6%
843 Hackensack, New Jersey 44,756 4.4%
844 Cutler Bay, Florida 44,707 47.5%
845 Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44,633 -11.8%
846 Danville, California 44,631 6.8%
847 Strongsville, Ohio 44,631 1.6%
848 Altoona, Pennsylvania 44,589 -9.7%
849 Bothell, Washington 44,546 46.2%
850 Attleboro, Massachusetts 44,434 5.9%
851 Haltom City, Texas 44,361 13.4%
852 Oakland Park, Florida 44,326 5.2%
853 Cleveland, Tennessee 44,271 18.1%
854 Barnstable Town, Massachusetts 44,254 -7.9%
855 El Centro, California 44,201 15.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Ohio

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
429 Parma 79,425 -7.1%
495 Canton 71,323 -11.8%
564 Youngstown 64,312 -21.3%
574 Lorain 63,730 -7.2%
588 Hamilton 62,127 2.5%
632 Springfield 59,087 -10.3%
679 Kettering 55,306 -4.0%
706 Elyria 53,715 -4.1%
756 Lakewood 50,279 -11.0%
770 Cuyahoga Falls 49,206 -0.4%
773 Newark 49,134 6.0%
780 Middletown 48,813 -5.4%
809 Euclid 47,360 -9.9%
821 Mentor 46,732 -7.1%
822 Mansfield 46,678 -9.7%
826 Beavercreek 46,376 20.7%
834 Dublin 45,568 43.8%
845 Cleveland Heights 44,633 -11.8%
847 Strongsville 44,631 1.6%
885 Fairfield 42,617 1.1%
912 Findlay 41,422 5.6%
951 Warren 39,898 -17.1%
952 Lancaster 39,848 12.2%
954 Grove City 39,721 43.6%
974 Westerville 38,985 9.8%
987 Delaware 38,643 49.2%
1004 Huber Heights 38,019 -0.5%
1022 Reynoldsburg 37,449 16.3%
1023 Lima 37,414 -10.4%
1050 Marion 36,310 -2.6%
1087 Upper Arlington 34,997 3.9%
1090 Gahanna 34,956 7.4%
1091 Hilliard 34,905 43.0%
1096 Brunswick 34,756 3.5%
1097 Stow 34,711 7.0%
1126 Fairborn 33,780 7.2%
1153 Mason 33,037 46.9%
1156 North Ridgeville 32,983 47.0%
1176 Westlake 32,293 1.6%
1178 Massillon 32,258 2.0%
1189 North Olmsted 31,817 -6.6%
1194 Bowling Green 31,588 6.4%
1250 North Royalton 30,247 5.3%
1256 Kent 30,071 6.8%
1342 Garfield Heights 27,905 -9.0%
1359 Shaker Heights 27,448 -6.4%
1383 Wooster 27,023 6.8%
1419 Medina 26,261 3.9%
1420 Xenia 26,238 7.9%
1429 Barberton 26,120 -6.5%
1448 Troy 25,770 16.5%
1452 Green 25,673 11.9%
1464 Zanesville 25,465 -0.3%
1471 Athens 25,341 18.5%
1492 Sandusky 25,006 -10.1%
1496 Riverside 24,981 -7.5%
1542 Trotwood 24,331 -11.1%
1571 Centerville 23,817 3.3%
1579 Avon Lake 23,659 28.8%
1589 Marysville 23,406 44.1%
1603 Wadsworth 23,136 24.4%
1607 Solon 23,003 5.3%
1624 Avon 22,805 96.4%
1628 Willoughby 22,769 0.6%
1647 Maple Heights 22,478 -13.8%
1656 Oxford 22,341 1.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 44,633 845
2015 44,962 835
2014 45,181 827
2013 45,394 820
2012 45,475 810
2011 45,700 800
2010 46,121 784
2009 45,404 776
2008 45,736 769
2007 46,180 751
2006 46,726 738
2005 47,585 706
2004 48,286 690
2003 48,787 671
2002 49,449 653
2001 50,098 632
2000 50,657 619
1990 54,087 466