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Public Comment Period: 2019 Consolidated Annual Action Plan

May 6, 2019
The City of Warren is seeking comments from citizens on the 2019 Consolidated Housing and Community Development Annual Action Plan. The comment period is Monday, May 6 to Tuesday, June 4. Two public comment sessions will be held Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 12:00 noon and at 4:00 PM at the following location:
Warren Government Center (Gibson Building)
Conference Room, Third Floor
258 East Market Street
Warren, ...   read more

Community Needs and Service Provider Surveys

May 1, 2019
The Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] requires all entitlement communities receiving HUD funding to have a five-year plan in place that identifies local housing and community development needs and offers a strategy by which those needs may be addressed through federal funding sources.
The City of Warren currently receives both an annual Community Development Block Grant and, in a partnership with ...   read more

Hydrant Flushing

April 15, 2019
The City of Warren Water Department will conduct hydrant flushing in the City's Northeast and Southeast sections through the spring and summer, and in 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; ...   read more

Harmon Avenue Sidewalk Project

February 5, 2019
The City of Warren proposes to replace the existing sidewalk on both sides of Harmon Avenue from High Street to Monroe Street. Further improvements include installation of decorative lighting around the Trumbull County Administration Building, concrete curb replacement, driveway apron reconstruction, and curb ramp upgrades to meet ADA standards.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is seeking comments from the ...   read more

Credit Card Payments to Water Department

December 31, 2018
Effective January 2, 2019, our representatives will no longer be processing credit card payments over the phone.  You must select option #1 when calling in to make a credit card payment with our automated payment system.  Simply follow the prompts to make a secure payment using this method.  There is a convenience fee for each transaction.
Selecting option #2 will allow our representatives to assist ...   read more

Lane Configuration Changes Planned for East Market Street

December 20, 2018
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) plans to improve East Market Street (CR 329) at the State Route (SR) 82 eastbound off-ramp and Warren Sharon Road in the city of Warren and Howland Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.  The project proposes to allow left-turn movements at the SR 82 eastbound off-ramp through the installation of a new traffic signal at East Market St.  Additionally, the project proposes ...   read more

City of Warren Lists Items on GovDeals.com

October 12, 2018
The City of Warren is excited to list items on the surplus auction website GovDeals.com! Auctions will be posted online for bidding as City Departments declare their items surplus, reducing the amount of time each item spends in storage and decreasing asset depreciation -- a win-win situation for the City and buyers.
Anyone interested in bidding on the City's items can view them via direct link at http://www.govdeals.com/wa...   read more

Power Outage and Flood Safety Tips

September 7, 2018
Several government bodies have released flyers with helpful tips for managing power outages, floods, and other disasters. The Warren City Health District advises all residents to review these helpful tips before emergencies occur:
Food Safety Before, During and After a Power Outage
Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water
Mold Cleanup After Disasters: When to Use Bleach
Flood Cleanup and ...   read more

Street Watch Program

July 6, 2018
The Warren Police Department has adopted a voluntary program that relies on digital surveillance systems owned by participating citizens and businesses. By sharing information about digital surveillance systems on their property, residents can help the Warren Police Department fight crime in their neighborhoods.
For further details on the Street Watch Program, please read the full letter from Police Chief Eric ...   read more