Olmsted Falls ranked third in the state for safety from crime, trailing only Bryan, in Northwest Ohio, and Madeira, in Southwest Ohio, according to "The 50 Safest Cities in Ohio - 2015," an online ranking.
"I think we are a slice of Americana," Mayor Ann Marie Donegan said. "We have good family and neighborhood values. We're quite proud of it."
Olmsted Falls was founded in 1814 and is now home to 8,923 residents on the southwest side of Cuyahoga County. The City has five public schools for kids of all ages. Click below to find out more about each of the schools.
Early Childhood Center
Falls-Lenox Primary School
Olmsted Falls Intermediate School
Olmsted Falls Middle School
Olmsted Falls High School
Our residents enjoy the safety and familiarity of small town values while being a part of one of the largest metropolitan areas in the country. We have some great historic sites as well as some of the most unique restaurants and shopping in Northeast Ohio.
We are located right next to some of the best hospitals and universities in the state, making Olmsted Falls an ideal place to raise a family. The residents who live here know we are a hidden treasure but we welcome newcomers from all over who are thinking about making Olmsted Falls their new home.