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Board of County Commissioners
Board of County Commissioners
One Government Center
Suite 800
Toledo, OH  43604

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Lucas County Administrator
Laura Lloyd-Jenkins

Ph: (419) 213-4500
Ph: (419) 213-4502
Fx: (419) 213-4532

Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study
The Lucas County Commissioners hosted Development Strategies, Inc., for the public presentation of the Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study. 

Click the link below to view the full presentation. 

Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study

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Moving Forward
Moving Forward: Legal Solutions to Lake Erie's Harmful Algal Blooms
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)
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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.  

To learn more, check out our Facebook page.

News Flash
Commissioners Continue Leadership on Lake Erie Issues, Participate in Healing Our Waters Conference Commissioners Contrada and Skeldon Wozniak attending three day event to focus on efforts to clean Lake Erie Read on...

Lucas County Commissioners Announce Redevelopment Opportunity at the Site of Former Hotel Seagate Commissioners joined by Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority to discuss next steps in development project Read on...

Lucas County Commissioners, Education Leaders Call on Governor Kasich to Not Change Funding Rule Community leaders are meeting at a child and family center to highlight the local impact of a new state rule that will go into effect September 3 Read on...