• Tedd Long

Toledo's Neighborhoods



Dozens of neighborhoods exist in Toledo. Some are well-known and well-defined while others may be a bit more obscure. Some boundaries overlap—others stand alone. Like other cities and small towns, neighborhoods are what give Toledo its local flavor. Each has their own identity and personality. I've read where social scientists have a theory that a neighborhood's character shapes its economic future more than income levels and foreclosure rates. Take a drive around Toledo and you'll enjoy plenty of character.


Everyone has their list of neighborhoods, here's mine. Have I missed any?

  • Air Line Junction

  • Alexis Addition

  • Alexis Road

  • Arlington

  • Auburndale

  • BUMA (Bancroft-Upton-Monroe)

  • Bancroft Hills

  • Beverly

  • Birckhead Place

  • Birmingham

  • Cathedral Square

  • City Center

  • Collingwood Springs

  • Crossgates

  • DeVeaux

  • East Toledo

  • Elmhurst

  • Englewood

  • Fitch

  • Five Points

  • Franklin Park

  • Glendale-Heatherdowns

  • Gould

  • Harvard Terrace

  • Highland Heights

  • Homeville

  • Indian Hills

  • Inverness Village

  • Ironwood

  • Lagrange

  • Library Village

  • Lincolnshire

  • North Toledo

  • North Towne

  • Northriver

  • ONYX ( includes Lenk's Hill, a former German enclave, to the east and part of Kushwantz, a former Polish enclave, to the west.)

  • Old Orchard

  • Old Towne

  • Old West End

  • Ottawa

  • Point Place

  • Polish Village

  • Reynolds Corner

  • River East

  • Roosevelt

  • Scott Park

  • Secor Gardens

  • Shoreland

  • South Side

  • Southwyck

  • Stickney

  • Trilby

  • University Hills

  • Uptown

  • Warehouse District

  • Warren Sherman

  • Wernert's Corner

  • West Toledo

  • Westgate

  • Westminster

  • Westmoreland

  • Whitmer

  • Woodsdale

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