Board of County Commissioners
Statement by Lucas County Commissioners in response to Governor Kasich’s executive order designating eight watersheds as distressedThe commissioners issued a statement Wednesday in response to the governor's executive order declaring Lake Erie watersheds distressed. Read More
Lucas County Board of County Commissioner's Statement Regarding Immigration Raids in Sandusky County
The Lucas County Commissioners released a statement today on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids Tuesday at greenhouses in Sandusky and Castalia and the arrests of 114 people. Read More
Toledo Area Water Authority Memorandum of UnderstandingRead here
Welcome Toledo-Lucas County unveils new community resource guide to address hate and racism
There is so much we can all do to address hate and racism in our community. This guide is intended to be a living document and resource guide for local organizations and initiatives and national resources to address hate and racism and to build welcoming, inclusion, and equity in our community. Please consider volunteering, donating, elevating, connecting, and supporting these efforts. Get started today with the Welcome TLC Equity Guide!
MacArthur Safety + Justice ChallengeIn April of 2016, Lucas County was awarded a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $1.75 million grant to reform Lucas County's criminal justice system. The Safety + Justice challenge allows Lucas County to implement meaningful reform in our criminal justice system as we address fundamental questions about community safety, the use of jails, and justice for all.
Learn more about Lucas County's efforts to ensure that our criminal justice system works for all residents at the Safety & Justice Challenge website.
View the MacArthur Safety +Justice Challenge 2017 Annual Report
Nutrient Source Inventory Tool
The Lucas County Commissioners, the City of Toledo, and the Toledo/Lucas County Sustainability Commission is proud to announce the unveiling of the Western Lake Erie Nutrient Source Inventory Tool.
The Western Lake Erie Nutrient Source Inventory (NSI) is an interactive map showing sources of nutrients in the western Lake Erie watershed. The NSI looks at urban and rural sources of runoff throughout the Western Lake Erie Basin that is contributing to harmful algal blooms. The map will be an important tool in the initiative to reduce phosphorus amounts in Lake Erie by 40 percent
Nutrient Source Inventory Tool
Lucas County 2017 Budget
The Lucas County Commissioners passed a $600 million budget on Tuesday, December 13, 2016.
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2017 Budget Presentation
Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue StudyThe Lucas County Commissioners hosted Development Strategies, Inc., for the public presentation of the Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study.
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Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study
Lucas County is Committed to a Clean Lake Erie
Commissioned by the Board of Lucas County Commissioners, written by legal experts and professors Ken Kilbert and Jack Tuholske, this report is an in-depth analysis of the legal tools available to address water quality issues. The report provides a framework for success in restoring and maintaining the health of Lake Erie.
Welcome Toledo-Lucas County (TLC)
This initiative works to build a welcoming and inclusive community for immigrants and people of diverse cultures that supports a vibrant civic, economic, and social fabric for all. Currently housed in the Board of Lucas County Commissioners in partnership with Toledo LISC.
Statement by Lucas County Commissioners in Response to Governor Kasich Announcing Impairment Designation for the Open Waters of Lake Erie Read on...
The Lucas County Commissioners and the Arts Commission are pleased to announce the continuation of their partnership to create opportunity for diverse and at-risk teens. Read on...
Lucas County residents who wish to be considered to serve on the Toledo/Lucas County Commission on Disabilities are encouraged to apply, depending on where they live, through the City of Toledo or Lucas County websites. Read on...