Public Notices




PID: 109153

The City of Warren will utilize federal funds to remove and replace existing deteriorated sections of 5-foot wide sidewalk throughout the Warren City School District.  The proposed work includes replacing sections of deteriorated sidewalk on Fifth Street between Tod Avenue and Highland Avenue, Milton Street between Niles Road and Central Parkway, Tod Avenue between Englesson Drive and Dunstan Drive, and Atlantic Street between Elm Road and Fairway Drive.  Additional improvements include installing sections of new 5-foot wide sidewalk on Tod Avenue and Fifth Street to eliminate sections of missing sidewalk, upgrading or installing new curb/curb ramps to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, manhole and service valve adjustments and driveway apron reconstruction.  The proposed improvements will be constructed entirely on land owned by the City of Warren.

The $400,000 project is scheduled to begin construction in the summer/fall of 2020.  Traffic will be maintained in each direction on all city streets during project construction except when permitted by the project engineer.  Access shall be maintained to all adjacent residences, properties, and intersecting side streets for the duration of the project. 

To ensure the decision-making process is comprehensive, the City of Warren is seeking comments from the public about the social, environmental and economic impacts of this proposed project.  Environmental impacts include those involving archeological, architectural and ecological resources, regulated materials and the general location of the project. The City of Warren also requests information regarding the presence of any known cultural resources in the vicinity of the project including prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, historic bridges, historic buildings, landmarks and districts.  Any comments you may have regarding the environmental impacts and/or the proposed project may be submitted by June 16, 2020.

All public comments, questions and/or concerns about the project are welcomed and should be directed to:

Mr. Paul Makosky
City of Warren Director, Engineering, Planning & Building Department
540 Laird Avenue, S.E.
Warren, OH 44484
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The City of Warren is announcing that it will be offering assistance to qualifying businesses in the City to help with the reopening and or retrofitting expenses due to the Coronavirus.

The City of Warren’s CV-19 Business Support Loans will be deferred 0% interest loans of up to $5,000 that will be forgiven after a defined period time once the business has reopened and/or reached certain milestones as set by the City. 

The CV-19 Business Support Loans Loan funds may be used for items such as restocking inventory; retrofitting for social distancing and employee protection, i.e. plexiglass shields & partitioning.; and Personal Protection Equipment for employees.

“We realize the hardships that businesses and their employees are facing”, says Mayor Franklin. “Our goal is to help ease the burden to our business community as we work together to recover from the devastation caused by this virus”.

More traditional loan programs are also available for working capital and equipment purchases.

Businesses interested in applying are encouraged to request an application via email or U S Mail to:


Anthony Iannucci
Executive Director, Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corp.
333 Harmon Ave. NW
Warren OH 44483
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Michael D. Keys
Community Development Director
258 E. Market St.  Suite 305
Warren OH 44481
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The City of Warren Income Tax Department has extended the filing deadline for Warren City income tax returns. This also includes extending the time to pay.

The new filing deadline is: July 15, 2020

The Warren Municipal Court continues to monitor the most current statements from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID19). The Warren Municipal Court is following recommended guidelines from public health officials. Much of the Court's docket is being rescheduled. If you have not received notification of a change in your next court date, please call the court to have your information confirmed.

It is with an abundance of caution to limit person-to-person contact that we make the following requests:

1. If you need to file something with the Clerk's Office, please utilize the following methods:

2. If your filing requires a filing fee and we have received the filing without the payment, we will send you a cost bill.

3. If you need to make a payment to the court, we encourage make your payment by check, cashier's check or money order and send it in the mail. If you cannot get your payment here before the ticket is due, call and you will receive one extension free from any additional fees. You can also pay through NCourt to make payments on fines and costs by calling 1-844-400-8880. You can also access our website at to make payments.

4. As stated above, the court's hearing and trial schedules are being changed and you should receive notification of any changes by mail. If you have any questions about a court date, please feel free to call the court at 330-841-2525. Arraignment (first appearances) will continue to be held at the date on the bottom of your ticket or on the date that appears on your summons. Please, if you have any questions about a ticket or complaint, please call the court at 330-841-2525 and we will be glad to help you.

5. If you have flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), PLEASE utilize the telephone or website first before coming to the court. If you feel you must appear, please inform the Court Security Officers at the courthouse entrance of your health condition. You may be denied access to the courthouse and be asked to contact your healthcare provider for details on how to proceed with proper medical care. All of these steps are being taken out of an abundance of caution to slow the spread of the virus and protect your health, the health of courthouse staff and the community at large. Thank you for your help and cooperation.

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