.

This website is a source of information for current Association members and real-estate agents with clients interested in a residential community located in the heart of Strongsville, Ohio. 

With its heavily wooded lots bordering 
on the Cleveland Metroparks, Ledgewood offers its residents a truly unique secluded woodland setting while providing convenient access to shopping, restaurants, the  library, recreation center, the Ohio Turnpike and Interstate 71.

Walk Through Form Posted

Thank you to those who sent emails about the Annual Walk Through.  We had a good response for the Committee, and members suggested that we post the form that is used during the walk through.  What a great idea!  The form that has been used for several years is now posted on Ledgewood.org at this link.   

Please let Zarina@Ledgewood.org or KenA@Ledgewood.org know if you have any questions.

Wading Pool Update

To Ledgewood residents,  

As most of you are aware we have had leaking issues with the kiddie pool. Last week we made a temporary fix to open it up for the kids to enjoy. Unfortunately, we need drain the pool to make a permanent fix. Effective Wednesday July 17th the kiddie pool will be closed until necessary repairs are made. 

We will update you as soon as the issues are fixed and we can permanently open the wading pool.

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work on these repairs!

The Ledgewood Board

Latest Edition of Ledger out

The latest edition of The Ledger newsletter is out and available to read at the below Link

Reminders to Residents

 The Board would like to remind residents that they can not store anything in the front yard or side of house that can be seen from the street. No BBQ grills, Patio Furniture or trash receptacles. BBQ Gas canisters should not be stored in your garage. 

Residents are responsible for making sure that the light in their lamp post is working properly. 
  • If you need to replace the globe on your post light, they are available at the maintenance garage. Remember, the globe is a Ledgewood standard and the Architectural Review board has a zero tolerance policy on deviations and burned out bulbs. 

  • Home Depot also has contractors available to replace the entire lamp post.


A note from the Association

You must secure a permit from the city for most home improvements, and this means also a review by the Architectural Committee here in Ledgewood. Following these guidelines keeps our development beautiful and our property values high. 
See the Strongsville Guidelines link in the left menu of the site for more information.

 When you put out a temporary sign for an event, remember to remove them immediately following.  No signs but For Sale are permitted in the development per our restrictions.  This keeps our appearance clutter free. Thank you for your cooperation in removing signs from your property and keeping Ledgewood beautiful for all residents.

Per the Ledgewood Covenants and Restrictions Article VI Section 9 states:
No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on any Lot except one sign of not more than five square feet advertising the property for sale or rent’

 This Website is the only official communication from the Ledgewood Association, although we have residents communicating to each other in a variety of ways.