IMPORTANT LINKS


Local Links

Wood County Links

City of Bowling Green                              Wood County
City of Perrysburg Auditor– Michael Sibbersen
City of Rossford Clerk of Courts – Cindy Hofner
City of Toledo Engineer – Ray Huber
Perrysburg Township Juvenile Court – Judge David Woessner
Lucas County Prosecuting Attorney – Paul Dobson
  Recorder – Julie Baumgardner
  Sheriff – Mark Wasylyshyn
  Treasurer – Jill Engle





State of Ohio Links


State of Ohio                                 Ohio Revised Code                             
Governor: John Kasich  
Lt. Governor: Mary Taylor Ohio Township Association
Attorney General: Mike DeWine  
Auditor of State: Dave Yost  Veterans Resource Guide
Secretary of State: John Husted  
Treasurer of State: Josh Mandel



Ohio State Congress

State Representative (3rd District) State Senator (2nd District)                  
Theresa Gavarone Randy Gardner
77 S. High St Senate Building
1st Floor 1 Capitol Square, 1st Floor
Columbus, OH 43215 Columbus, OH 43215
614.466.8104 614.466.8060



United States Congress


U.S. Senate  
Sherrod Brown Rob Portman
455 Russell Senate Office Building 36 East Seventh Street, Suite 2615
Washington, DC 20510 Cincinnati, Ohio  45202
202.224.2315 513.684.3265
U.S. House of Representatives
 
Bob Latta  
1323 Longworth HOB
 
Washington, DC 20515  
202. 225.6405

 



Are you a Veteran Living in Wood County? 

The Veterans Assistance Center wants to ensure you are registered with their office to make sure you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to receive.  Contact their office to learn more 419-354-9147. 



Wood County’s abused and neglected children need your help. In 2016, the Wood County Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad litem (CASA/GAL) Program was able to appoint a CASA/GAL volunteer to over 140 Wood County children who were alleged to be abused, neglected or dependent.  However, in 2017, the number of children needing an volunteer advocate is at an all-time high.  Unfortunately, there are not enough volunteer advocates available for all the abused and neglected children in Wood County who need one. CASA/GAL Volunteers are members of the community who receive the necessary training to advocate in the Wood County Juvenile Court for the best interest of these children. CASA/GAL Volunteers are appointed by the court to gather detailed information about a child’s life, make recommendations to the court, advocate for the child’s best interest, monitor court orders and stay involved with the child until a safe, permanent home is found.  If you are interested in ways that you may volunteer your time to help the children of Wood County through the Wood Co. CASA/GAL Program, contact Patricia Bauer at  419-352-3554, email us at casa@co.wood.oh.us or visit www.woodcountycasa.org.  Make a difference in the life of a child become a CASA/GAL volunteer!

What is CASA and what do they do?


 Other Links

2010 U.S. Census Information and Questions & Answers

Community Profile for City of Northwood

ProMedica Health System-Health Library, Information and News

Wood County Solid Waste District

Tips for Saving Water from the Stormwater Coalition

Senior Guidance- Assisted Living in Ohio

The Recovery Village - Personalized Addiction Treatment


NORTHWESTERN WATER & SEWER DISTRICT



WASTE MANAGEMENT


OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION

The Ohio State University Extension Office strives to provide current, up-to-date information on agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, community development, horticulture and a 4-H youth development.  The Extension Office is a cooperative effort of the Ohio State University, the Wood  County Commissioners and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 

Click Here to Learn More about the Ohio State University Extension Office.