Public Notices

The City of Warren Water Department will conduct hydrant flushing in the City's Northeast and Southeast sections through the spring and summer and into the Northwest and Southwest in summer and the beginning of fall. Flushing will occur between 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Residents may notice low water pressure and brown water during this process. Brown water is caused by sediments being stirred up and is not a health concern; if water turns brown, residents are advised to run cold water until it clears.

For questions or concerns, call the Warren City Water Department at (330) 841-2531.

For a limited time only:

The Warren City Health District is offering a
 $100 GIFT CARD
FOR THE 1st DOSE OF THE MODERNA or THE PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINE.

Vaccines are available without an appointment 
every Wednesday from 9 am to 11 am & 1 pm to 3 pm.

Have Questions? call 330-841-2596

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.

Order your tests now at the link below so you have them when you need them.

COVIDTests.gov

Transportation resource: Veterans that use the VA Clinic on TOD Ave in Warren, can now get to and from the clinic on WRTA. The route map is on the link below. This means public transportation can be used to get from the Clinic to Trumbull County Veterans Service Commission, as well as the VA Clinic in Youngstown for the first time ever. Please spread the word, as routes can be changed based on usage.

Read More Here

Mayor Doug Franklin is delighted to read JUST LIKE MY BROTHER by author and illustrator Gianna Marino Viking, a book from the Imagination Library collection about Little Giraffe, who adores her big brother. The story begins with a game of hide-and-seek. As Little Giraffe looks for her big brother, she encounters many other animals on her search and asks each of them if they've seen him. She describes him as taller, faster, and braver than her. As her search for her big brother continues, the other animals insist that Little Giraffe is tall, and fast, and brave, too . . . and best of all, she has a wonderful older brother who looks out for her! This book is read aloud with the permission of the Penguin Random House. 

Have you registered your child for the Imagination Library in Trumbull County? The Imagination Library is an early literacy program under United Way of Trumbull County's Reading Great by 8 initiative. This program delivers FREE high-quality books to children's (ages birth to age 4) homes, no matter the family income. 

To REGISTER a child for the Imagination Library in Trumbull County, please visit https://www.unitedwaytrumbull.org/imaginationlibrary

A special thanks to Lindsey and Maz Mawlawi of Cinemanix for producing a series of read-aloud videos on behalf of United Way of Trumbull County. And thanks to Meghan Reed of the Trumbull County Historical Society for providing the John Stark Edwards House and Museum as a backdrop for UWTC read aloud. It is one of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County and is a legacy to the early pioneers.

Watch the Mayor read here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Piw8wTjUvNT-XGIRROYlqkR_nrT9Vc5R 

Warren City Health District will hold a
COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children ages 5-18

On December 14th from 2-5pm.

Children receiving their first dose will receive
a $100 VISA gift card.

For more information call (330) 841-2596
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Warren City Health District
258 East Market St.
Warren, Ohio 44484

The Warren Fire Department will be conducting a Last Alarm Ceremony for Captain Al Brown on Tuesday November 30th, 2021, at 1:00 P.M. at Warren’s Central Fire Station located at 111 South St SW in Warren.

There will be a procession leaving from the Packard Music Hall and heading south on Mahoning Ave. toward the downtown Central Fire Station at 12:55 P.M. The procession will arrive in front of the station and all apparatus and family vehicles will be staged on South St. for the ceremony. The Ceremony should last approximately 10 minutes and all vehicles will be dismissed from the station. 

South St will be closed between Main Ave. SW and S. Park Ave. SW from approximately 11:00 A.M. until approximately 2:00 P.M. There will be crossed ladders and an American flag over South St. for the duration of the ceremony. The trucks will be staged in the east and west bound, outside driving lanes.

COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Will Be Available to All Ohioans 18 and Older 

COLUMBUS – Following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) action today, COVID-19 vaccine boosters will be available for fully vaccinated adults 18 and older following action by the CDC director. Those who originally received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are eligible for a single booster dose two months following their original dose; those who received Moderna or Pfizer/Comirnaty will be eligible six months after receiving their second dose, which completed the original vaccine series. Fully vaccinated adults can choose any of the three authorized COVID-19 vaccines for their booster dose.   

“Following action by the CDC director, vaccine providers in Ohio can begin administering COVID-19 vaccine boosters to any fully vaccinated Ohioan 18 or older,” explained Ohio Department of Health Director Bruce Vanderhoff, MD, MBA. “The COVID-19 vaccines continue to be incredibly effective. However, there is a natural tendency for immunity to wane over time, whether natural immunity or immunity from a vaccine, and many immunizations require at least one booster dose. When Ohio adults choose to get booster doses, it will keep their immunity from COVID-19 at peak performance.” 

“Remember, though, that there are still many eligible Ohioans who have not yet gotten their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. For those Ohioans who haven’t yet chosen to be vaccinated, I urge you to talk to your doctor or pharmacist to get the facts about COVID-19 vaccines. The COVID-19 vaccines are under constant rigorous ongoing safety review. With more than 195 million people having been fully vaccinated in the U.S., including more than 6.6 million Ohioans, these vaccines maintain a remarkable safety record. There is ample vaccine supply in Ohio for first and second doses, as well as boosters.” 

COVID-19 vaccines are widely available throughout the state. Many providers offer walk-in appointments, or Ohioans can schedule a vaccination appointment at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov. Ohioans who want to learn more about the safety, efficacy, and side effects of COVID-19 vaccines should talk to their doctor, nurse, or pharmacist, or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov/vaccine.  

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About the Ohio Department of Health

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