CUYAHOGA FALLS, a city of Summit county, Ohio, U.S.A., on the Cuyahoga river, 5m. N.E. of Akron. It is served by the Baltimore and Ohio and the Pennsylvania railways and the electric lines of the Northern Ohio Power and Light Com pany. The population was 10,200 in 192o (91.8% native white), and was 19,797 in 193o by the Federal census. It has im portant manufactures (chiefly of iron and rubber goods), with an output in 1927 valued at $7,121,004 ; and is a rapidly growing residential suburb of Akron. Building permits in 1927 repre sented a value of $2,166,560. The city has a planning commission. Cuyahoga Falls was founded in 1812, incorporated as a village in 1868, and chartered as a city in 192I.