Olmsted Falls is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States, and a southwestern suburb of Cleveland. The population was 9,024 at the 2010 census. The city's main business district is located at the corners of Bagley and Columbia Roads, and contains the Grand Pacific Junction, an historic district.
Olmsted Falls was declared a city in 1970, having attained over 5000 residents to qualify under state rules. The government is non-partisan and is governed by a charter again written by a group of citizens and presented to the electorate for a vote which was approved.
The town restricts building along the banks of the Rocky River and Plum Creek. It also is physically crossed by two major railroads. CSX a, NE/SW road and Norfolk Southern which is a mainline east–west configuration. The city's schools are administered by the Olmsted Falls City School District.