The City of Brook Park is located just 14 minutes from downtown Cleveland and features easy access to I-71 and I-480. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Brook Park has a population of 19,212 living in the city’s 8.8 square miles.

 

Transportation:
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) – Rapid Transit System, Buses

Schools:

Berea City School District

  • Brookpark Memorial Elementary School
  • Brookview Elementary School
  • Ford Intermediate School
  • Middleburg Heights Junior High
  • Berea-Midpark High School
  • Polaris Vocation School

Library:
Brook Park Branch

Churches:

  • Redeemer Lutheran Church
  • Bereapark Assembly of God
  • Brook Park Community Church
  • Abram Creek Baptist Church
  • Mary Queen of Apostles Catholic Church
  • United Methodist Church
  • Brook Park Community Church of the Brethren

Hospitals & Medical Facilities:

  • Southwest General Health Center
  • Brook Park Urgicare

Recreation:
The John A. Poloyne Community Center offers 2 pools, basketball courts, indoor track, fitness equipment, game room, conference rooms, and more. Outdoors are Alice M. Hassing Water Park, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, and a football field. See the Recreation Department for more information on available programs.

Utilities:
Dominion East Ohio Gas, Illuminating Company, Cleveland Water Department

Newspapers:
Cleveland Plain Dealer & Sun News Paper (local weekly)

Government
Mayor, President of Council, and Seven Members of Council (four ward councilmen, three council-at-large). Clerk of Council appointed.