there is no Old West End.
The Old West End would not be what it is today without the commitment and volunteerism of its diverse residents. There are many ways to get involved—a wide range of committees, groups and boards to join. Neighbors are encouraged to be find one (or several!) that fit their interests.
Attend Old West End Association meetings—the Third (3rd) Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. Click here for meeting listings.
Neighborhood Beautification & Improvement Grant
OWE Education & Scholarship
OWE Entrepreneur Committee
To identify the needs of the businesses and the neighborhood to foster growth of both new and existing businesses to fulfill the needs of both communities through networking, cross promoting and incorporating all aspects of the OWE. To create a vibrant, safe, and sustainable business district within the neighborhood.
Agnes Reynolds Jackson Arboretum
The Arboretum is on the corner of Delaware and Robinwood. This community park has been lovingly cared for by Old West End residents since 1986.
Personalized bricks are a great way to honor or commemorate a family member or friend. The money raised will be used to continue the Path Project throughout the Arboretum with other personalized brick locations along the pathway. Buy a brick for yourself or your family. Your names will be etched in Toledo’s Old West End History for everyone to see. A contribution of $100 will buy a standard 4” x 8” laser-engraved brick with your name or personal message. Buy a brick by downloading this form -or- order online, below:
Old West End Security
Old West End Security is a non-profit group of volunteer neighbors, dedicated to deterring crime by contracting private security officers to make regular rounds in the neighborhood.
We depend on our residents’ monetary support to pay for these patrols — which add an extra set of eyes on our homes.
Visit OldWestEndSecurity.com to learn more.