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Toledo OH Environmental Resources
|Ohio Emergency Management Agency
|Toledo Environmental Services
|Toledo-Lucas County Health Department
ABOUT TOLEDO OH
With just under 300,000 residents, the great city of Toledo is the fourth most populous city in the state of Ohio. It’s located right on the south western edge of Lake Erie, and conveniently tucked between Detroit and Cleveland. While it may not get the recognition of the larger Ohio cities, Toledo has plenty to offer anyone.
The land that Toledo stands on was originally inhabited by various tribes of the the great lakes, but towards the end of the 17th century, the French established trading posts in the area to trade furs. Over the next 150 years the trade became more established, and the area was settled and resettled by different sydicates. The town that was orignailly built in what is now downtown Toledo, was named Port Lawrence, and in the mind 19th century, it rose to prominence during an effort to connect Cincinnati with Lake Erie.
Towards the end of the 19th century, railroads were beginning to replace canals as the preferred form of transportation. Toledo soon became a hub for several railroad companies and a hotspot for industries such as furniture producers, carriage makers, breweries, glass manufacturers, and others. This foundation paved the way for immense growth in the early 20th century and saw another boom in growth following the second world war.
While the area thrived in the mid 20th century, the late 1900’s came with a large economic depression in the manufacturing industry, and with that, the area of Toledo was hit with a depressed economy. But out of this depression, and with the investment of funds into the area,the area is seeing a growing art community, auto assembly businesses, education, thriving healthcare, and well-supported local sports teams.
Things To Do In Toledo
With such a beautiful location, and a lively community, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Toledo. Some of the most popular activities include:
The Toledo Zoo
The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium houses over 10,000 individual animals that cover 720 species. With a large focus on conservation efforts, the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium currently participates in over 80 species survival programs. The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium has over 57,000 members and hosts over 1 million visitors a year. The popularity of the Zoo has increased dramatically over the last decade. Restored facilities, new exhibits and a concerted effort to address the needs of the visitor. Special promotions such as the Lights Before Christmas capture the charm and character of the Zoo and have become traditions for Toledo families.
Toledo Museum of Art
Since its founding in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art has earned a global reputation for the quality of our collection, our innovative and extensive education programs, and our architecturally significant campus.
Housed on a 40 acre plot, the 45 combined galleries take up over 280,000 square feet and contain over 30,000 objects.
And thanks to the benevolence of its founders, as well as the continued support of its members, TMA remains a privately endowed, non-profit institution and opens its collection to the public, free of charge.
Maumee Bay State Park
Maumee Bay State Park is a 1,336-acre public recreation area located on the shores of Lake Erie, five miles east of Toledo, in Jerusalem Township, Lucas County, Ohio, United States. Major features of the state park include a lodge and conference center, cottages, camping facilities, golf course, nature center, and two-mile-long interpretive boardwalk. Common activities include hiking, picnicking, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, winter sports, and geocaching.
The site was acquired by the state in 1974 and became a state park in 1975.