Public Alerts

NOPEC, a nonprofit energy supplier, is warning local residents of a door- to-door solicitors posing as NOPEC employees in several northeast Ohio Communities.

The agency does not go door-to-door or call residents or small business to enroll them into the organization’s natural gas or electric aggregation programs. If your community is a member of NOPEC and you are eligible to join the aggregation, you will be notified by mail.

If someone knocks on your door posing as a NOPEC employee during normal business hours, ask for a business card or capture as much information as you can (company name, solicitor’s name, a phone number, copy of any paperwork/brochures they offer you, make, color and license plate number of car etc.) and file a report. You can also call the Ohio Public Utilities Commission’s call center at 800-686-7826 to report suspicious activity. After normal business hours call NOPEC’s customer care center at 855-667-3201 to report the encounter. 

Article courtesy of the Tribune Chronicle. 

If you are a resident of the city and experience any flooding in your basement due to the recent rain/ snow melt, please call our Water Pollution Control department mainline at (330) 841-2591 to report it.

The information you provide during the call is recorded and maintained in a database which allows us to prioritize both immediate responses as well as plan for long term solutions. 

Trumbull Community Action Program (TCAP) can assist eligible Trumbull County households that – because of COVID-19 – are behind on rent; facing eviction; behind on house payments; facing foreclosure; and behind on water and/or sewer bills. For households that qualify, TCAP will make payments directly to the landlord, bank, business, or water company. 

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