The Ohio Coastal Management Program is a state-federal partnership program based in Sandusky that manages coastal resources along Ohio's 312-mile Lake Erie coast. The program is a State-Federal partnership focused on resource management and protection while balancing economic, cultural and environmental interests.
It is one of 34 State coastal management programs nationwide and received federal approval by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 1997. Please browse through the documents below to learn more about the Ohio Coastal Management Program.
Scroll down on this page for more information on various initiatives within the Ohio Coastal Management Program.