Updated plans for new LC4 shelter released Tuesday
The shelter will equip Lucas County Canine Care & Control will new capabilities, but most importantly — more space.
TOLEDO, Ohio — On Monday, the Board of Lucas County Commissioners unveiled the updated plans for Lucas County Canine Care & Control’s new shelter. These renderings show what the new facility, which will sit on the site of the former early vote center, will soon offer.
The current building on the property will be demolished in the next few months. Construction on the new, 42,750 square-foot facility will begin in the fall, with the goal of being open to the public in late 2023.
This new facility represents a significant upgrade in size and capabilities of the shelter, replacing the existing LC4 building on Erie Street, which has been in use since 1965.