About the Village of Walton Hills
In 1951, Bedford Township as a government ceased to exist when the villages of Walton Hills, Bedford Heights
and Oakwood were formed from the remaining areas. The Village encompasses a total of 7 square miles, 25 miles
of roads and is bordered by several communities.
The Metroparks reservation is located within the boundary lines of the Village of Walton Hills and has been designated
as part of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Approximately three square miles of park property are within the boundaries of the Village. The Village Officials consist of a Mayor, six Councilpersons-at-large, a Chief
- West: Village of Valley View
- East: Village of Oakwood
- South: Village of Northfield and Township of Sagamore Hills. Sagamore Road to the South of the Village is
the county line between Cuyahoga and Summit Counties.
- North: Cities of Bedford and Maple Heights and the Metroparks system.
a Fiscal Officer, a Building Inspector and a Street Commissioner. A working contractual agreement with the
Oakwood Village Fire Department serves the fire-fighting requirements of the Village and provides emergency medical service to the residents. The Village of Walton Hills is a semi-rural planned community. It is a community that provides its residents with the necessary services and affords them the opportunity of participating in
planned recreational, social, business and civic organizations. The Village of Walton Hills is a friendly and
progressive community where residents live in harmony as good neighbors and concerned citizens.
Walton Hills Master Plan
The Walton Hills Master plan is a tool to help shape the future development and redevelopment of the community.
It identifies community goals and explores demographics, land use, public facilities, infrastructure and economic development alternatives, a final development plan and a Strategic Master Plan. The Appendices offers a wealth
of information including community attitudes and public school impacts on Walton Hills.