The Blade featured our partnership with new homeowners like the Sackmanns who work with us to renovate homes and strengthen neighborhoods. Over 178 success stories! Read more here.
Join us in this springtime campaign to cleanup and beautify our schools.
Join us in this springtime campaign to cleanup and beautify our community.
Collect used textiles to encourage the reuse and recycle ethic in our schools.
This event is a perfect way to encourage the reuse and recycle ethic in our community.
The new February 16 weekly edition of the Christian Science Monitor features a cover story about Lucas County's Juvenile Court!
Helping to ensure that the right youth receive the right service at the right time at the right place.
Notice of Public Hearing -- Briarfield Blvd. / Brandyway Lane / Salisbury Road Project, Monclova Twp
Notice is hereby given that the Lucas County Transportation Improvement District through the Lucas County has essentially completed plans for the Briarfield Blvd. / Brandyway Lane / Salisbury Road Project located in Monclova Township, Lucas County.
A new art gallery, featuring two dimensional and three dimensional youth artwork from the Youth Treatment Center and the Juvenile Detention Center, opened at the Juvenile Justice Center on December 10.
Lucas County citizens can be proud of the treatment options for juvenile offenders in Lucas County.
Program changes are coming...don't miss out!
Judge Denise Navarre Cubbon, Administrative Judge for the Juvenile Court, spoke at sixth-annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day at the Ohio Statehouse, 1/15/15.
Public Hearings to be held by Board of County Commissioners, Lucas County, Ohio, for the purpose of hearing comments on levying an increase in the sales and use tax of one-fourth of one percent to provide additional revenue for the county’s general fund.
Lucas County Canine Care & Control will be hosting the third annual “Year End Adoption Extravaganza” event Saturday, December 27, from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Sheriff John Tharp will be joined by the Lucas County Commissioners and community and religious leaders to announce the Sheriff’s new body camera policy.