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Lucas County Land Reutilization Corporation
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One Government Center, Ste. 580
Toledo, OH  43604

Ph: (419) 213-4293
Fx: (419) 213-4249

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Lucas County Land Reutilization Corporation (or Land Bank) is a community improvement corporation designed to strengthen neighborhoods in Lucas County by returning vacant and abandoned properties to productive use.

By strategically acquiring properties, the Land Bank works to reduce blight, increase property values, strengthen neighborhoods, and improve the quality of life for all Lucas County residents.

We hope you'll take the time to review this website and learn more about how the Land Bank is helping our community!


Wade Kapszukiewicz
Lucas County Treasurer
Chairman, Lucas County Land Bank

News Flash
Land Bank Seeks Qualified Realtors The Land Bank seeks qualified realtors to assist with the sale and marketing of properties. For more information, please review our Request for Qualifications. Due September 30, 2014, so act soon!

Land Bank is fighting blight, rebuilding neighborhoods Our Chairman, Wade Kapszukiewicz, was invited to write an op-ed in the Toledo Blade about the Land Bank's important work fighting blight and rebuilding neighborhoods. Read more here!

The Toledo Survey - Volunteers Wanted! Volunteers are needed for the Toledo Survey project! Download our The Toledo Survey Flyer to learn more. To volunteer, please call (419) 213-4293 and ask for Cindy.

Land Bank Awarded $7,221,525 for Demolition Work The Land Bank was recently awarded $7.2 million to conduct necessary demolition and reduce foreclosures in Lucas County. Read more at OHFA's website.

Land Bank Assists with Development of New Arboretum The Land Bank has partnered with the City of Toledo, Bronson Place Association, and Mercy St. Vincent to remove a major eyesore and create a new community arboretum. Learn More!