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UT BAND TO STOP AT THREE LOCATIONS FRIDAY BETWEEN 9:00 AND 10:00 P.M. The University of Toledo Rockets Marching Band goes on the road today as it makes brief stops at three Downtown Toledo establishments to get fans excited about the Rockets’ game against Iowa State on Saturday, Sept. 19. Beginning at 9:00 p.m. tonight, the band will make three stops to get fans excited about ...

Simply Married Offers Beautiful Setting for Weddings   A small storefront on Erie Street (between Madison and Adams) that originally housed a bail bonds business has been transformed into an intimate, stylish wedding chapel. Open since May 26, Simply Married features exposed brick walls, tasteful decor and a range of ceremonies. Simply Married is owned by Jess Kozak, who wit ...


If you like maps and history, you’ll love this new treat from Toledo’s Attic! This virtual tour features buildings that were in Downtown Toledo from centuries past. Once you click on a pin, it will show you photos of the buildings that were/are near that spot, the name of the building and when it was established. Detailed information and street views about some of the photos (for example, the McKinley Statue at the Lucas County Court House) are available within the pin.

Toledo’s Attic is the area’s virtual museum with a focus on the region’s commercial, industrial and social history from the late 19th through the late 20th centuries. Visitors will find historical essays, research articles, photo galleries, interactive media, video, virtual exhibitions and other resources.




Downtown land along the Maumee River is scheduled to be the region’s next Metropark. The new Middlegrounds Metropark is situated on a 28-acre site along the Middlegrounds area, from the Anthony Wayne Bridge southwest beyond Martin Luther King Plaza. Originally used as a railroad and ship yard for freight coming into and out of the region. In the years since then, it’s been a d ...

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ConnecToledo Downtown Development Corporation is a 501(c)3 organization committed to the redevelopment of downtown Toledo. This is accomplished by connecting public and private investment to facilitate the implementation of the Downtown Toledo Master Plan and other community priorities, including marketing, event management, environmental maintenance, safety and economic development services. The goal is an exceptional experience for those who invest, play, work, dine, shop and live in downtown.

Contact Us: 419-249-5494

ConnecToledo Downtown Development Corporation 
300 Madison Ave #0110
Toledo, OH 43604

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