ATTENTION: The boat ramp on Bayshore Road will be closed until further notice due to damage to the ramp.
Mosquito spraying is handled by the Toledo Area Sanitary District Mosquito Control Division. Please call the number below with questions, requests for additional mosquito spraying or coordinating ahead to spray for special outdoor events.
Toledo Area Sanitary District
5015 Stickney Ave., Toledo, Ohio 43612
Monday – Friday, 8AM – 4:15PM
Phone: (419) 726-7891
Fax: (419) 726-7721
Map for Mosquito Spraying Schedule:
Notice is hereby given that the City of Oregon is requesting proposals for providing insurance coverage for: All Risk on All Building and Contents; Blanket Boilers and Machinery; Comprehensive Physical Damage for All Licensed Motor Vehicles; Comprehensive Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability including Auto and General Liability and Property Damage; All-Risk Inland Marine Coverage; Cyber Liability, Drone Coverage, Malpractice Liability for Fire Department Operators; Firefighters and Inspectors Errors and Omissions Liability; Law Enforcement Officers Professional Liability; Public Officials and Employees Liability; and Blanket Crime/Theft.
Providers interested in being considered for selection must respond by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 16, 2021 to DarLynn Huntermark, Finance Department, City of Oregon, 5330 Seaman Road, Oregon, Ohio 43616.
Do you like walking and biking in Oregon and Lucas County? The Toledo-Lucas County Health Dept and its partners are working on an Active Transportation Plan to make walking and biking safer for everyone. Tell us where and why via the Active Transportation Online Map.
The Oregon Flood Relief and Erosion Control Project (OFRECP) was constructed in 2013 – 2015 along the west side of Wynn Road and the south side of Cedar Point Road in Oregon. The project relocated Amolsch Driftmeyer Ditch around the BP Refinery and combined it with two other drainage systems, Johlin Ditch and Heckman Ditch. The project also filled in the former Heckman Ditch alignment along the west side of Wynn Road, which was causing road failures due to erosion. Because the project relocated and filled existing ditches, mitigation of these areas was required by Section 404 and 401 of the Clean Water Act. The Army Corp of Engineers and Ohio EPA are responsible for governing these permits.