Monclova Township is located south of Toledo near the Maumee River. Established in 1853 upon a larger township splitting into two, Monclova is a great family town with beautiful housing and good schools. Small businesses are also drawn to Monclova due to its robust developable properties and great economy.

Common Monclova Wildlife Concerns

Though Monclova is a smaller community, this doesn't mean it's free of wildlife concerns. Residents and business owners alike have noticed an increase in the need for bat control, raccoon trapping, and chimney and attic repairs from a variety of wildlife critters. Critter Control of Toledo can offer wildlife control services to Monclova residents, including exclusion, chimney repairs, and prevention. If you notice any signs indicating you may have a wildlife control problem, give Critter Control of Toledo a call.