Safety services, clean water, and improving our streets make Toledo a great place to start a family or business!
Under Mayor Hicks-Hudson, $41 million has been spent on water treatment plant upgrades. $521 million has been spent to construct projects that improve the quality of water returned to the watershed. Additionally, Mayor Hicks-Hudson partnered to improve our source of water in Lake Erie (Nutrient Source Inventory and lobbied Congress to strengthen the Clean Water Act).
Mayor Hicks-Hudson has shown a commitment to fix the streets through every means possible. 40 road miles in 2015, 54 in 2016, and more than 60 road miles in 2017.
Mayor Hicks-Hudson has been dedicated to insuring health and safety. She added police and fire classes, reinstated the Police Review Board, and invested in body cameras and deceleration training for all police officers.
"MAYOR HICKS HUDSON has managed a city emerging from fiscal crisis of the Great Recession and has added $7 million to the city budget for street repairs" - Toledo Blade, March 14, 2017