To create a unified, efficient, and structured branding and engagement plan to better serve our stakeholders through digital media
To ensure the Toledo region will have a 21st century educated workforce with a skill set to reduce social issues while raising the standard of living for the region; so that anyone who wants to work will be able to work based on education and/or skilled training provided by the educational system.
To bring the stakeholders together to create a world-class model for regional water cooperation
Link to news: http://futureoftoledo.com/water-cooperation-progress/
(formerly Western Lake Erie Development Corridor)
The Economic Development Corridor will identify existing strengths, collaborative projects, and sub-corridors, seeking to harness the momentum to create a comprehensive action strategy document to maximize the potential for regional development.
To determine the best uses of the Waterfront and to ensure safe access
To actively engage citizens in participating in solving community problems and meeting community needs.
To achieve economic growth and prosperity in Toledo by identifying and implementing strategies to promote, encourage and assist in business attraction, local entrepreneurship and business retention/expansion.
The removal of blight and re-purposing of land is a challenge requiring creative solutions from several approaches coordinated by a strong, experienced leadership team with the conviction to face facts, tackle difficult problems and persevere; leadership which possesses the willingness and ability to collaborate with and unify public and private sector talent and resources.
Long-Term: Renewed Toledo Neighborhoods (RTN).
To bring more revenue to Toledo, more people from other states, something more “to do” in Toledo: to promote the Jeep heritage in Toledo and attract integrated parties to experience this heritage: and to grow awareness of Toledo and promote economic growth with a partnership with Jeep enthusiast
By providing popular and relevant recreational facilities, amenities, programs, and personnel on public parkland, adjacent private property values will increase.
The citizens of the City of Toledo expect and deserve the most talented, dedicated, and prepared police officers and firefighters. The purpose of this group is to develop a comprehensive recruitment plan that will attract the best of the best.
To improve the quality of life for Toledo City Youth and their Families that in turn increases their chances of success while making Toledo a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
To create a common vision among the Board of Community Relations (BCR), Better Community Relations Board (BBCR), Mayor’s Coalition for Hope (MCH), Toledo Community Initiative to Reduce Violence (T-CIRV), Youth Commission/Department, and the Department of Neighborhoods (DON).
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To foster and support art and artists in Toledo by treating the Arts as a job market and industry; while supporting its cultural contributions to the quality of life and identity of our community. To leverage this work to promote job creation/ retention, enhance education and advance local pride.
To support the growth and continued development of the one-mile stretch of Sylvania Avenue from Secor to Douglas as a hallmark corridor for the City that engages residents and supports commercial growth.
The Back to the Future Initiative unifies community partners, teachers, and local organizations to provide the tools necessary for children to succeed. Children who are prepared for school with supplies are more likely to attend, focus on learning, build positive relationships, and ultimately succeed in school and life. Many students lack adequate supplies, including uniforms for school. There are many local efforts in place. The Back to the Future Initiative is a coordinated effort by more than twenty organizations to attain more resources and reach more children. Greater coordination will help us to:
All donations will help support this great project! $60 will equip one child with school supplies, books, and uniforms. All funds go directly to purchasing school supplies, books, or uniforms for kids in need. The Salvation Army, one of the initiative partners, will coordinate the collections of funds. Make your tax deductible contributions to: