Located at the western edge of Lake Erie at the mouth of the Maumee River, Toledo is the center of some of the nation’s richest agricultural land. The city of Toledo is Ohio’s fifth largest city with the Metropolitan Statical Area (MSA) consisting of Lucas, Wood, and Fulton counties totalling approximately 1,369 square miles. Our terrain is mosly level and our tempatures reach 90 degrees or higher approximately 15 days a year (on an average) and zero degrees or lower approximately eight days a year (on an average).Toledo offers a unique blend of cosmopolitan advantages and small town values. Toledo enjoys all four season and celebrates each of them with fall festivals, college football games, ice-skating, cross country skiing, and woderful lights at Christmas at The Toledo Zoo. Mudhens baseball games, Storm hockey, art festivals, fireworks, and summertime rallies by the river also provide a great deal of entertainment.
The roads to education, jobs and a lifestyle are comparable to the great cities of the world and provide a community that revels in the exchange of global cultures. Very few cities offer this international diversity in a setting as beautiful and cordial as Toledo.