• FAQs Are you looking for information, but not sure where to start? You might find your answer here!
  • Toledo Region It matters where you make it.
  • Events Click for more information on current and upcoming events and contests!
  • Careers Click to view all open positions at the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority.
  • Energy & Finance Learn more about the Port's energy and finance programs!
  • Community Programs The Port Authority has several programs in place to assist start-up and existing ventures in the Toledo Region.
  • Foreign-Trade Zone Learn more about Foreign-Trade Zone #8.
  • Train Station Rental The Downtown Toledo Train Station is the perfect venue for your next event!
  • The Port of Toledo The Port of Toledo is home to 15 terminals linked to global markets through the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System.
  • Toledo Shipyard Owned by the Port Authority and operated by IRONHEAD Marine, the skilled workforce at the Toledo Shipyard provides a variety of services.
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza The Downtown Toledo Train Station is home to Amtrak and Greyhound!
  • Toledo Express Airport TOL offers nonstop and connecting flights to nearly 200 worldwide destinations on American Airlines and nonstop flights to popular vacation destinations in Florida on Allegiant.
  • Toledo Executive Airport TDZ is primarily used for corporate aviation, premium air freight services, emergency aviation services, law enforcement, flight training, and privately owned aircraft.
  • Public Notices Click here to view all projects being bid by the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority.
  • Supplier Recruitment To start a business relationship with the Port Authority, click here to register your company to be included in our Supplier Database.
  • Cullen Bay Wetland Restoration Projects Click here for more information on the Grassy Island Wetlands Restoration and Cullen Park Wetlands Restoration H2Ohio projects.
  • Press Releases Check out the Port's latest news releases.
  • Newsletters Stay up-to-date with Port activities!


Consistent dredging, coupled with proper disposal of the dredged material, is critical to the long-term sustainability of both the Port of Toledo's industrial operations and the ecosystem of the Toledo Harbor. The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority works in conjunction with the Army Corps of Engineers to monitor and manage the dredging of the Port of Toledo. We are also working diligently on non-traditional solutions for dredge material disposal such as the implementation of Habitat Restoration Units and the creation of soils and other blends for agricultural uses. Though there is a significant need for additional funding to address the dredging backlog and create new capacity for disposal, the Port of Toledo is 100% navigable and can accommodate any sized vessel utilizing the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System up to and including 1000' lake-trading vessels.

For more information:

View the Final Project Summary Report for the Great Lakes Dredged Material Center for Innovation.

View the Material Certification Plan for the Great Lakes Dredged Material Center for Innovation.

View the Great Lakes Dredging Dispatch May 2018 newsletter. 

View the Great Lakes Dredging Team website.

View the Toledo Harbor Sediment Management and Use Plan.

View the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Beneficial Use site.

View the Great Lakes Dredged Material Center for Innovation Fact Sheet.

top menu Back to Top