Public Alerts

The following information on food safety after a power outage, originally published by the CDC on their website, has been reviewed and approved by John May, Deputy Health Commissioner.

CLICK HERE to be redirected to the CDC's website about food safety.

CLICK HERE to view the PDF about food safety provided by the CDC.


The City of Warren wishes to recognize Jack C. Thornton, Jr. for his dedication and commitment to the community on his 46th year of his inception of the Warren Striders Track Club.


Due to expected winter storm conditions, the City of Warren, Ohio will be under a PARKING BAN beginning at 3:00AM on Wednesday, January 25, 2023 to 6:00PM on Wednesday, January 25, 2023.

All parked vehicles must be cleared from city streets to facilitate snow removal.

All live Christmas Trees should be taken to Bob's Tree Service at 1052 N River Rd NE and they will be accepted free of charge. The City will not pick them up.


EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 26, 2022, The building and the Warren Municipal Court will be closed until further notice and the heat is restored.

There will be no access to the building.

Jail arraignments will be conducted daily, but all other cases will be reset until further notice.

The court will notify all persons that have cases reset by mail or by phone.


All residents, please be advised that the Sanitation department will operate on its normal schedule through this holiday season and your trash pickup will be on its normally scheduled day.  


All members of the media and the public are welcome to join Mayor Doug Franklin for the start of the demolition process of the old St Joseph's Hospital on the City's West side. 

The asbestos mitigation phase at the site has been completed and the mayor will personally begin the process of removing an eyesore that has plagued city residents for years. 

Mayor Franklin said it's always been a top priority of his administration to eliminate the 275,000 sq. ft. blighted structure and he's looking forward to taking the first 'swing' to bring the building down. 

"It's not just the significantly negative impact the site has had on property values in this neighborhood, as well as the city as a whole," said Franklin, ''but this has been Warren's most dangerous public health hazard for two decades". 

The asbestos remediation and demolition project is being funded through grants from the State of Ohio. Representatives from the Ohio Department of Development and the US EPA will be present. 

Date:  December 6, 2022 
Time:  2:00 PM
Location:  1307 Tod Ave. NW 

The city of Warren as of NDIA’s 2019 study is the 5th least connected city in Ohio. By working together with the City of Warren, TCAP, and TMHA we are proud to announce the Warren-Trumbull Digital Advantage Initiative – which seeks to change this statistic. With support from those who believe in this mission, this space will be used to teach digital literacy skills, redistribute refurbished computers, and sign residents up for the Affordable Connectivity Program, saving all who qualify under the generous FCC income standards $30 a month on their internet.

The City of Warren will be holding its Hometown Holidays festival on Saturday, December 10th, 2022 in downtown Warren from 4-8 pm.  

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