Our Team

We’re here to facilitate the Planning Process

LMH | City of Toledo | Junction Coalition | Camiros | HUD

Lucas Metropolitan Housing (LMH) was the lead applicant in the HUD grant process and is leading the process with the City.

Established in 1933, LMH continues to provide affordable housing to adults, seniors and children in its Affordable Housing, Housing Choice Voucher, Mixed-Income and Market-Rate housing units. LMH also provides a variety of programs and opportunities designed to improve the quality of life for our residents, with the ultimate goal of achieving self-sufficiency. In the Junction neighborhood, LMH owns and operates McClinton Nunn Homes and Collingwood Green.

The City of Toledo was the co-applicant in the HUD grant process and is leading the process with LMH.

The City of Toledo has a strong track record of investing in neighborhoods and partnering with community stakeholders to achieve important community development results. In the face of difficult economic circumstances beyond its control, the City has demonstrated its capacity to stabilize the community, create a positive vision for the future, and establish a baseline for rebuilding distressed portions of Toledo.

The Junction Coalition was the Planning Partner in the HUD grant process and is assisting in the process.

The mission of the Junction Coalition is to proved a viable voice to Junction neighbors and to cultivate healthy relationships throughout throughout the community with the goal of developing a better quality of life.

Camiros is the Planning Coordinator for the project and assists LMH, the City and the Junction Coalition in facilitating the Planning Process and creating the final Plan

Camiros, Ltd. is a nationally recognized planning firm that has worked to build sustainable communities since 1976. Camiros has served as the Planning Coordinator for the development of successful Choice Neighborhoods Plans in Rockford and Chicago Heights, Illinois; Austin and Brownsville, Texas; Huntsville and Mobile, Alabama; Rome, Georgia; and Flint, Michigan.

HUD awarded LMH and the City a grant to complete this Plan in December of 2020. They will provide guidance to LMH and the City over the course of the Planning Process

The mission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. Through the award of Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants, HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental housing; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination; and transform the way HUD does business.