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Cleveland Cremation is Available 24/7 to Serve in Your Family’s Time of Need

Whether looking for a traditional funeral home or cremation, Cleveland Cremation has been the clear choice for many Lakewood families. They know they can count on us to be there when they need us — any time of the day or night. They also appreciate our dedicated service and attention to detail for worry-free cremation services. No matter what your family’s budget or traditions, you will find the appropriate way to memorialize your loved one among our easy-to-understand options. For veterans who served our country, we are proud to serve them and their families with our veteran cremation services through our affiliation with the prestigious Veterans Funeral Care.

Just call, click, or come by our office in Strongsville, Ohio, whenever you need us. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve your family’s needs by phone at (440) 238-1200 or through our online chat service at www.clevelandcremation.com.

Please review our cremation plans and prices. Below is some information and useful links related to the city of Lakewood, OHIO 44107

 


 

cremation services, Lakewood

Lakewood, Ohio 44107

It is part of the Greater Cleveland Metropolitan Area, and borders the city of Cleveland. The population was 52,131 at the 2010 Census,[3] making it the third largest city in Cuyahoga County, behind Cleveland (396,815) and Parma (81,601).

Lakewood, one of Cleveland’s inner-ring suburbs, borders the city of Cleveland to the west and north. Lakewood’s population density is the highest of any city in Ohio and is roughly comparable to that of Washington, DC.

 

Downtown Lakewood

Downtown Lakewood spans from Bunts Avenue to the east and Arthur Avenue to the west along Detroit Avenue. The area has been a site of significant economic development in recent years. Development in Lakewood has escalated in recent years, even during a period of regional and national economic decline (2008–2009).

 


 

Hospitals in Lakewood

Lakewood Hospital
14519 Detroit Road
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
216.521.4200

Founded in 1907, Lakewood Hospital is an acute care, community-oriented hospital located in the city of Lakewood on Cleveland’s West Side.

 

Grace Hospital
14519 Detroit Road
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
216.529.7186

Grace Hospital was the first certified Long Term Acute Care Facility in Cuyahoga County. Patient average length of stay is 28 days, because they require a well coordinated level of care, over a long period of time, their road brings them here.

 

Lakewood Hospital Child Care Center
1450 Belle Ave
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
216.228.5437

Founded in 1907, Lakewood Hospital is an acute care, community-oriented hospital located in the city of Lakewood on Cleveland’s West Side.

 


 

Hospices in Lakewood

 

Hospice of Western Reserve
14601 Detroit Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
216.227.9048

Hospice of the Western Reserve provides palliative end-of-life care, caregiver support and bereavement services throughout Northern Ohio.

In celebration of the individual worth of each life, we strive to relieve suffering, enhance comfort, promote quality of life, foster choice in end-of-life care and support effective grieving.

 


 

Attractions

  • Lakewood Park is one of the largest lakefront parks in Ohio and features a live concert stage, outdoor swimming pool, picnic pavilions, 4-season public pavilion, kids’ playground, baseball, volleyball, and a skate park, which opened in 2004. Lakewood has more than 150 acres (0.61 km2) of greenspace citywide. The park’s million dollar lakefront promenade opened in 2006 and offers an excellent panorama of Downtown Cleveland and the presence of viewing telescopes enhances the viewing experience of Downtown Cleveland. An all-purpose trail that circles the park was built in 2006.
  • The Rocky River Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks System forms part of the city’s western border. The Lakewood Dog Park, built in 2004, is located next to the Metroparks, in the Rocky River valley.
  • Lakewood Public Library[11] has won numerous awards[12] and has two branches: the main branch on Detroit Avenue and a smaller branch on Madison Avenue. The Lakewood Library is normally ranked one of the top 5 libraries in the USA for its size on a regular basis,[13] and was awarded “Best Place to Hang Out” by Scene Magazine in 2009.
  • The Beck Center for the Arts is the largest cultural arts center in Northeast Ohio and showcases numerous theatrical productions, concerts, events, activities and art shows.
  • Lakewood houses at least 4 art galleries: Bela Dubby (art gallery and coffeehouse), The Pop Shop Gallery & Studio, the Local Girl Gallery and the Wobblefoot Gallery.
  • Lakewood boasts a very popular bar scene up and down both Madison Avenue and Detroit Avenue.
  • Home of the Winchester Music Hall is in Lakewood, which hosts some of the best live music in the Cleveland area and has been named the best music venue in Cleveland.
  • The home of Malley’s Chocolates is in Lakewood, still retaining its original 1960s charm.
  • Aladdin’s Eatery, a national restaurant brand, is based in Lakewood. Their first restaurant was founded in Lakewood by Fady and Sally Chamoun in 1994.