Located in Northeast Ohio, North Olmsted is a thriving suburban city situated less than 20 miles southwest of downtown Cleveland and 140 miles north of Columbus. North Olmsted is on the western edge of Cuyahoga County, which is part of the five-county Cleveland-Elyria Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE)
CLE is a public airport is located within a 10-minute drive of North Olmsted and 9 miles (14 km) southwest of the central business district of Cleveland. CLE is the largest and busiest airport in Ohio. CLE is served by 8 passenger airlines:
CLE is served by 3 cargo airlines:
NASA – Glenn Research Center
NASA’s Glenn Research Center, located within a 10-minute drive of North Olmsted, researches, designs, develops and tests innovative technology for aeronautics and spaceflight. The Glenn Research Center is one of ten NASA centers. Glenn is an essential component of NASA and an integral contributor to the region. The Glenn Research Center:
The Glenn Research Center and its sister facility, Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio, enable NASA, other governmental agencies, and academic and industry partners from across the country to perform specialized research and testing.
More than 3,200 people work at Glenn, including civil servants and on-site contractors. They are a highly skilled workforce of scientists, engineers, technicians and administrative and support personnel.
Glenn’s personnel has innovative expertise with:
The City of North Olmsted is a also member of the Aerozone Alliance, an economic development partnership created to drive job growth and wealth creation in Northeast Ohio.