|Subdivisions of Helsinki|
|- Population||6,035 (2005)|
|- Pop. density||3,509 (2005) /km²|
|Neighbouring subdivisions||Länsi-Pakila, Itä-Pakila, Torpparinmäki, Haltiala|
Paloheinä (Swedish Svedängen) is one of four quarters of the Tuomarinkylä district in Northern Helsinki, Finland. Described by the municipality as "a place where habitation, traditional agricultural milieus, and the forest meet", the Paloheinä recreation area is the northern continuation of Helsingin keskuspuisto, Helsinki's "Central Park".
Nordic walkers seen every evening at the Paloheinä area. There are organized Nordic walking events at Paloheinä twice a week. In August 2007, Nordic walkers gathered at the Paloheinä recreational area to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their activity.
In winter, Paloheinä is Helsinki's main area for skiing, especially cross-country skiing ( a sport immensely popular among Finns). The Paloheinä Skiing Centre has a number of well-maintained skiing tracks to suit skiers of all levels. They also offer rented equipment including skis, snowshoes and pulkka.
The Paloheinä Library, a branch of the Helsinki City Library, is located at Paloheinäntie 22.