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Shaker Heights neighborhoods are as unique as our rows of historic homes. Each neighborhood is a mini-community with a distinctive vibe. Our access to amenities, combined with our small-town feel is what makes Shaker neighborhoods attractive to residents and visitors alike. Learn more about these neighborhoods and check out their Facebook pages, where you can ask questions and find out about joining neighborhood associations.
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Vibrant neighborhood with an international flair. Take in the buzz of Shaker Square and experience the verve of the Larchmere District.
Young families abound. Small town within a town anchored by Fernway Elementary School.
Warm smiles and open doors welcome guests. Sled the hill at Lomond Elementary School when the snow piles high.
The birthplace of Shaker’s inclusive spirit. Generations delight in roasted corn and Rocket Car thrills at the Ludlow Community Association’s August picnic.
Stunning architecture and open, green spaces. Butterflies flock in the community garden at Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development.
Miles of sidewalks and pathways. Cool off poolside on hot summer days at Thornton Park.
Throwback to afternoons on the porch. Cozy up with the family outdoors at Chelton Park’s annual movie night.
The Shaker Schools tri-campus area. Keep the beat with the marching band and cheer the Raiders on to a win.
A hub of activity fueled by its many families, walkability, and engaged residents. Walk to the Van Aken District, playgrounds, or the Blue Line.