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Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments

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2022 Summer Caucuses and Panel Forum with State Lawmakers

Join fellow TMACOG members for the 2022 Summer Caucuses and Panel Forum with State Lawmakers scheduled for Wednesday, August 3rd at Penta Career Center in Perrysburg, Ohio . Registration is open.

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A Better Connection

At least 38 traffic lights block the way between northern Delaware County to the Interstate 270 beltway around Columbus.

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Masks are welcome but not required when visiting TMACOG’s office. Lucas County Health Department COVID 19 updates

Who We Are. What We Do.


Water

TMACOG and its partners are protecting our greatest natural resource every day. We plan for water supply and wastewater treatment in a five-county area adjacent to the western Lake Erie basin. We look at natural watersheds for the best ways to protect surface water. We work with farmers to keep land productive while keeping excess nutrients out of rivers and lakes. We help governments manage stormwater and municipal treatment facilities. And we help teachers build stewardship in the next generation.

Transportation

A well-designed transportation system serves the entire community in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. We need it all to work together: highways and railroads, airports and city streets, bike paths and pipelines. TMACOG planners look at connections between modes, address safety issues, consider commuters, bus riders, people who use wheelchairs, semi truck drivers, and bicyclists.

Public Meetings

All TMACOG meetings and events will now be held in person unless noted otherwise. If it is a virtual meeting, the registration/login information will be posted on the events calendar at www.tmacog.org.


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Member Resources

The vision: TMACOG will be the governmental partner of choice to coordinate regional assets, opportunities, and challenges.

TMACOG is a voluntary organization of dues-paying members. Members include governmental and non-governmental organizations in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan: cities, counties, villages and townships, as well as schools and colleges, park districts, businesses and other groups concerned with quality of life in the region.


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