National Register of Historic Places

Forest Hill Historic District Sign

Cleveland Heights Historic Districts Map (PDF)

Twelve historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places are located either entirely or partially inside Cleveland Heights' city limits. We have more historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places than any other community in the state, except the largest cities of:

  • Akron
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Toledo

In addition, we have ten properties individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These listings recognizing our city's architecture at a national level speak not only to the high quality of historic architecture in our community, but to our dedicated residents who have worked so hard to list these properties on the Register.

Individual Properties

  • Tremaine-Gallagher Residence, 3001 Fairmount Boulevard (1973)
  • Harold B. Burdick House, 2424 Stratford Road (1974)
  • North Union Shaker Site, Coventry Road and North Park Boulevard (Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights) (1974)
  • John Hartness Brown House, 2380 Overlook Road (1976)
  • Alcazar Hotel, 2450 Derbyshire Road (1979)
  • Superior Schoolhouse (East Cleveland District 9 School), 14391 Superior Road (1979)
  • The Civic (Temple on the Heights), 3130 Mayfield Road (1984)
  • Heights Rockefeller Building, Mayfield Road and Lee Boulevard (1986)
  • Forest Hill Park (Cleveland Heights and East Cleveland) (1998)
  • Forest Hill Realty Sales Office, 2419 Lee Boulevard (2007)

Map of Individual Properties

If you'd like information on listing your neighborhood or an individual property on the National Register of Historic Places, call the City's Historic Preservation Planner at 216-291-4885 or email.

Historic District Forms