“Gateway to the Chagrin Valley”
One of Ohio’s smaller communities, visitors will find that Woodmere Village is a great place to shop or dine. Whether for business or pleasure, come and visit with us. The unique spirit and cooperation between residents,businesses and village government has resulted in a thriving, well balanced community.
Woodmere’s development has been spontaneous and was escalated by the completion of Interstate 271 in the late 1960’s. Primarily, I-271 made Woodmere Village and the Chagrin Valley more accessible. It transformed the Eastern Chagrin Boulevard corridor from a rural main thoroughfare with a limited number of commercial establishments and a small number or residential homes to a thriving seat of commercial activity. Woodmere Village is less than one square mile and is developed on all sides to the extent of its boundaries; being bounded on the North and East by the City of Pepper Pike, on the South by Orange Village and on the West by the City of Beachwood. Although Woodmere Village appears to be a sleepy hamlet with a residential population of approximately 900 and geographical boundaries of less than a square mile, Woodmere is truly a paradox. On a weekly basis approximately 200,000 people conduct business and work in Woodmere Village. For its size and population Woodmere is one of the busiest commercial centers in Northeast Ohio.
The Village of Woodmere is a “must see for serious shoppers”. Woodmere offers premier local shopping and dining destinations.