Map & Community
About Bay Village
Bay Village is approximately 15 miles west of downtown Cleveland via I-90. The Village of Bay was incorporated in 1903 and became a city in 1950 when its population reached almost 7,000 residents. Today, it is an almost totally residential community that hosts four city parks: Reese Park on the east end, Bradley Road Park and Walker Road Park on the west end and Cahoon Memorial Park in the center of town. It is also home to the Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation which includes the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center, BAYarts, Huntington Playhouse, Vento and Huntington beach – providing endless recreational and cultural opportunities for families.
- Rose Mill Museum was the original family home of Joseph Cahoon who first settled Bay Village in 1810
- The Cahoon family barn was converted to a community center in 1882 and is still in use as the Community House
- Population approx. 15,600; median home value $204,000 (2010 census)
- In 2012, Family Circle Magazine named Bay Village one of the Top 10 best towns for families
For more information on Bay Village, visit http://www.cityofbayvillage.com/