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Community Development Department

The Community Development Department is responsible for overseeing an array of federal and local grant dollars in an effort to improve living conditions for low-to-moderate income persons by providing safe, affordable housing and economic opportunity, and by creating strong, vibrant neighborhoods.


Funds are used to support a range of community development needs, including infrastructure improvement, housing services, economic development assistance, and supportive services – all of which improve the physical and social environment of city neighborhoods and enhance the quality of life for all Warren residents.


For a detailed overview of our department’s action plans and projects, please see the navigation links to your left.



Department News

Public Comment Period for the 2016 CAPER Report


The City of Warren is seeking comments from citizens on the 2016 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Two public comment sessions will be held Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 12:00 noon and at 4:00 PM at the following location:


Community Development Department

Warren Government Center, 258 East Market Street

Conference Room

Warren, OH 44481

Phone: (330) 841-2595

TDD: (330) 841-2718


If you require an interpreter for the hearing impaired or a translator for non-English speaking persons, please give the Community Development Department 48 hours notice. Hearings are held in a handicap-accessible building.


Read the full legal notice for this public comment period.


View the Draft 2016 CAPER Report.


CAPER Public Comment Form (Non-interactive PDF)


To access a Public Comment Form you can fill out and print or email, please right-click this link and save it to your computer.



Golden Triangle Infrastructure Plan Released


On August 26, Mayor Franklin joined with Howland Township Trustees, Trumbull County Commissioners, and the County Engineer to reveal the infrastructure improvement plan for the Golden Triangle Industrial Area. The plan proposes a series of public improvements to the county's busiest industrial area, inclduing directional signage, reconfiguration of an intersection, and a new access road.


View the full Golden Triangle Infrastructure Plan