Our summer activities guide lists free or low-cost activities for kids and families in the Toledo area.
LCCS information presented to the Citizens Levy Review Committee
Our foster parents get asked questions all the time about, well, being a foster parent! Here are some of the most common questions - and answers!
Local leaders join LCCS in asking you to become a foster parent!
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.
Lucas County Canine Care & Control (LC4) is excited to host its first Mother’s Day adoption promotion. This year’s theme is “Will You Be My Mom?” which runs May 7th and 8th, and is held at the Canine Care Center, located at 410 S. Erie Street in Toledo.
The Land Bank has issued a Request for Proposals for funding from its Housing Fund. More details are available at the Land Bank's website. Deadline for proposals is May 20, 2016.
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.
Lucas County Commissioners, Law Enforcement Officials, and Community Activists Announce Prescription Drug Take Back Day in Lucas County ~ Officials Encourage Safe Disposal of Prescription Drugs
Lucas County to Announce Results of MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge Grant and Lucas County’s Plan to Reduce the Jail Population and Improve Local Justice Systems
Lucas County Commissioners Oppose Proposed Location of Nexus Pipeline Compressor Station in Waterville, OH
On April 23rd, 2016, Lucas County Canine Care & Control will be joining organizations across the Country to celebrate National Lost Dog Awareness Day.