Public Alerts

Trumbull County, Mahoning County, Warren City and Youngstown City Health Districts, Mercy Health, Mercy Health Foundation, Trumbull Mental Health & Recovery Board and Mahoning Mental Health & Recovery Board just completed a Community Health Assessment to find out the needs of our communities, and now it is time to take action to address those needs. Throughout this process, we have heard from community members through surveys, community conversations, and voting on priorities, and our agencies are offering another opportunity for community members to have a voice in the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).

We will be holding 4 community CHIP meetings, which will be held in person, but will also offer a Zoom option, to allow as many community members as possible to participate and have a voice in this process. The first sessions will be held on Sunday, July 10th from 5-7pm.

In Trumbull County, it will be held in Warren City Council Chambers, 141 South Street S.E. Warren, OH 44483, with refreshments provided.

In Mahoning, it will be held at the Eugenia Atkinson Rec Center, 903 Otis St., Youngstown, Ohio 44510

CLICK Here to read more.

CLICK Here for a zoom link to the sessions.

The City of Warren is required by the Ohio EPA to implement a stormwater management program. This program is managed by the Water Pollution Control Department (WPC). Part of this program includes letting residents know about the program and providing information about stormwater pollution and how to prevent it from entering our rivers, lakes and streams.

As stormwater flows over the ground, it picks up litter, chemicals, and pollutants that can contaminate our drinking and recreational water supply. Unlike residential wastewater (from toilets, showers, and sinks) that is filtered through a wastewater treatment facility, anything that enters a storm sewer system or roadside ditches in the City of Warren goes to Mosquito Creek or the Mahoning River with no treatment.

For more information about the program and to see how you can help, CLICK HERE.

Please read through the final DRAFT of the Warren Comprehensive Plan HERE.

The General Public as well as the Warren City Officials can submit comments to the Planning Commission via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until June 23, 2022. Please include the following text in the subject line of your e-mail to ensure all comments are read and included in the final document if applicable. 


Click on the links below to navigate to the various mapping tools developed by T.J. Keiran of the  Trumbull County Planning Commission. Contact Mr. Keiran at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (330) 675-6640 with any questions or concerns regarding the mapping tools.

City of Warren Comprehensive Plan Update GIS mapping tools

• Existing Land Use

• Meds and Eds Corridor
• River District

• Zoning

• Potential Environmental Constraints

• Parks and Trails Facilities

• Tax Incentive Zones

• Historic Districts and Locations

• Downtown Design Review District (Existing)

• Downtown Design Review District (Proposed)

• Proposed Future Land Use

• Proposed Zoning Update Areas


Join us for the City of Warren Public Meeting on the 5-Year Stormwater Management Plan

Thursday, May 26th, 2022 from 3 pm to 4 pm on Zoom.

Register Here

About the Meeting

Every 5 years, the City of Warren Water Pollution Control Department (WPC) updates its Stormwater Management Plan to meet Ohio EPA's requirements for cities with separate storm sewer systems. 

In this meeting, we will review the new Stormwater Management Plan and how it fulfills Ohio EPA’s requirements to prevent pollutants from entering our water systems. We will also touch on Warren’s comprehensive stormwater planning efforts, which seeks to address other stormwater issues that residents have been facing.


For security purposes, you must register with your email address in order to receive the Zoom invite link.  Use the "Register Here" link above or copy & paste this link into your browser:



Please be advised that Mayor William D. Franklin, Director of Public Safety & Service, Eddie Colbert, and a group of Warren City Community leaders will hold a Press Conference today,  May 20, 2022, to discuss the city’s initial response to the recent crime within Warren.

The conference will take place at 4:00 PM at the Warren City Council Chambers, 141 South Street SE, Warren, Ohio.

All members of the media are invited to attend.




The City of Warren and Mayor Franklin have extended the deadline for organizations to submit funding proposals to the City’s Project Proposal Form. The updated deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, June 3rd by 5:00pm. 

Approved by Congress in early 2021, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) allocated $28 million of State and Local Fiscal Recovery to the City of Warren. 

Organizations must use the project proposal form found at:  “Warren ARP: Project Proposal Form (Linked Here)”.

Applicants are encouraged to look at Warren’s full ARP funding priorities sheet. 

ARP funding will be targeted to projects that address community priorities determined through community surveys and input sessions, align with community planning initiatives, and address disparities highlighted during the COVID pandemic. 

Mayor Doug Franklin said, “We are excited to work with community partners to mitigate the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure that Warren leverages our funds appropriately to emerge stronger and more sustainable.”


Media Contact:
Eddie Colbert
Director of Public Safety and Service
City of Warren
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The Splash Pad in Packard Park will be opening Friday, May 27th at 11 am. Daily hours will be from 11 am to 7 pm and it will close on Tuesday, September 6th.

Contact Information:
Office of the Mayor
& Director of Public Safety & Service
(330) 841-2602
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May 12, 2022


Please be advised that the City of Warren will be conducting a public meeting to review a draft of the Warren Comprehensive Plan prepared by Trumbull County.

The meeting will take place Tuesday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m. in the Warren City Council Chambers

a PDF version of the meeting notice can be downloaded here.

If you’re an adult living in Mahoning or Trumbull County, we are asking you to vote on the most important issues to focus on to improve the health of your community. This will guide the public health districts, hospitals, and other community groups in their work for the next three years.

Before you vote, you can review what the Community Health Assessment team found out in surveys, community conversations, and data trends related to each priority you could choose. Partners from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) have assisted the Community Health Assessment team with this process.

Here is a data dashboard where you can explore the findings:

Click here to vote:

Spread the word and pass the link along to your friends, neighbors, and social networks—every adult living in Mahoning and Trumbull County has a say in setting priorities! Voting closes May 27, so don’t delay! 


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