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City Hall Located at 130 N. Second Street, Toledo, Wa. 98591

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Welcome To Toledo

Fishing On The Cowlitz

Sky Dive Toledo

Living in Toledo

“Gateway to Mt. St. Helens”

 

Settled along the Cowlitz River Toledo offers an array of visitor attractions.  The St. Francis Mission, which is the oldest Catholic Mission in the Northwest.  Historic Knab (marker), established in 1888.  Toledo Historical Jail.  The historical Jackson Courthouse, built in 1851 and is the first courthouse in Washington State.

 

Picnicking and wildlife viewing at the Kemp Olson Memorial Park, Front Street Boat Launch, South County Park (Wallace’s Pond), Lewis and Clark State Park, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument and the Gifford Pinchot National Park.

 

Plus, camping, playgrounds, the Big Foot Trail System, Skydive Toledo and seasonal hunting (check current hunting guides for more info).

 

For more information:

www.mountsthelens.com

www.fs.usda.gov/giffordpinchot

www.parks.wa.gov

www.wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/regulations

 

Skydive Toledo is located at The Ed Carlson Memorial Field (Toledo-Winlock Airport).  They offer tandem jumps and student courses.

 

For more information:

360-864-2230 or 1-800-531-JUMP

www.skydivetoledo.com

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Toledo offers rural living and excellent community involvement!

 

Just off the I-5 Corridor, centrally located between Portland and Seattle.  Toledo is located in the Cowlitz River Valley of South Central Lewis County, Washington. Cities closest to Toledo are Chehalis/Centralia (18 miles north) and Kelso/Longview (23 miles south).

Toledo’s economy is similar to many rural communities with a mixture of retail, professional services and manufacturing businesses.  Most residents commute 20+ miles to larger cities for industrial or office work.

 

ToledoTel has added FTTH Network (Fiber-to-the-Home) to the Toledo area that offers 1 Gigabyte Internet to the community.  For more information contact them at (360) 864-4552 or on the web at www.toledotel.com

 

The Toledo School District has an Elementary, Middle, High and Alternative school

 

Toledo has a warm marine climate with dry, cool summers and mild, wet winters.