Public Notices

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Wildlife Services, in collaboration with the Ohio Department of Health, will begin distributing vaccine baits in parts of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, Ohio starting October 12. USDA continues to seek the public’s help as it works to determine the frequency of rabies in eastern Ohio raccoons. Anyone who encounters a raccoon that is sick-acting or behaving unusually is asked to report the animal...

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Warren, OH --- The Warren City Health District will hold a “Shots at the Shop” COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Downtown Grooming Lounge, 137 South Park Ave., Warren, OH on September 23, September 30, October 14, and October 21 from 10 am to 1 pm.

“Shots at the Shop” is a White house-backed partnership between the University of Maryland’s Center for Health Equity, Black Coalition Against COVID, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and Shea Moisture, a beauty and personal care brand. The coalition recruited 1,000 Black-owned barbershop and hair salons nationwide as a means to promote informed decision making regarding the vaccine. Warren City Health District is proud that out of 1,000 barber and beauty shops chosen nationwide for this initiative, that one was chosen in our community. Downtown Grooming Lounge is co-owned by Lewis West and Michael Mitchell.

COVID-19 misinformation and vaccine hesitancy have spread throughout communities of color. This initiative provides shop owners with the tools they need to provide their customers with factual information.

$100 Visa gift cards will also be available to those receiving their first dose of vaccine at the clinic.

For more information, please call the Health District at 330.841.2596.

Warren City Health District to hold Booster Dose Clinic

Warren, OH --- The Warren City Health District, 258 East Market St., Warren, OH 44481 will hold a Booster Dose clinic for those individuals 65 years or older and those ages 50 to 64 with certain underlying conditions on Wednesday October 6, from 10 am to 1 pm.

Currently only those who had the Pfizer vaccine are eligible for a booster dose. The booster dose must be at least 6 months after the 2nd dose. Appointments are available by registering at

or by calling our office at 330-841-2596 if you do not have computer access.

Additional dates will be October 12, October 22 and October 26 from 9 am to 12 noon.

You must have your COVID-19 vaccine card as well as an ID in order to receive the booster dose.

For more information, or questions regarding eligibility, please call the Health District at 330.841.2596.


Subject: Halloween Guidance
Date Sent: October 4, 2021

Trumbull County continues to see an increase in daily COVID-19 case counts. Both Trumbull County Combined Health District and the Warren City Health District are seeing high case rates among persons 4 to 50 years of age.

To minimize spread of COVID-19 from one community to the next, TCCHD and WCHD are recommending all door-to-door Trick-or-Treating events take place Saturday October 30, 2021, from 5:00pm -7:00pm.

General Guidance/Recommended Best Practices

  • It is strongly recommended that Trumbull County residents exercise caution when deciding to participate in trick-or-treating and events that put them in close contact with people outside their households. To lower risk, consider safer, socially distant ways to celebrate, such as:
    • Holding a drive-through or drive-in trick-or-treat event, with children in costume and face coverings, staying in cars and collecting treats from individuals spaced at least 6 feet apart.
    • Holding drive-by costume or car-decorating contests with judges who are physically distanced.
    • Leaving treats in the mailboxes of friends and neighbors.
    • Decorating your home and hiding treats as an alternative to trick-or-treating.
    • Holding costume parties or pumpkin carving events or contests online, such as zoom or skype.
  • Non-vaccinated persons - Should not hold large in-person Halloween parties. If holding smaller parties, limit attendance to 10 or fewer people and hold the event in an outdoor area where social distancing is possible. Avoid activities, such as bobbing for apples, that foster the spread of infection.
  • Wear a face covering and stay 6 feet away from people who are not from your household, whether trick-or-treating, passing out treats, or attending attractions or events. Stay home if you are sick. (NOTE: Face coverings should never be placed on children younger than 2 or anyone who cannot easily remove them.)
  • Carry hand sanitizer and use it often, especially after coming into contact with frequently touched surfaces and before eating candy.
  • Select events/attractions that are held outdoors and allow attendees to stay in their cars (such as drive-through event with displays) or socially distance. Avoid events that involve being crowded in a small area or coming into contact with/being touched by others.
  • Consider the people in your household who may be at greater risk of complications if COVID-19 is brought into the home, such as those with certain health conditions, women who are pregnant, or older family members.

Recommendations for Parents/Guardians

  • If taking your children trick-or-treating, limit the number of houses you visit and ask your children to stay as far from treat-givers as possible. For small children, consider holding the bag for them.
  • Wipe off candy wrappers with sanitizing wipes when you arrive home. (NOTE: Never wipe unpackaged food with wipes.)
  • Allow children to eat only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid homemade treats made by strangers.
  • If your child is at greater risk of complications from COVID-19, contact your doctor before allowing participation in Halloween activities.

Recommendations for Community Members

  • Refrain from having children select their own treats from a bowl/common container or set up a hand-sanitizing station. Consider placing treats on porch steps or a table in the driveway with a sign asking children to take only one. Or use other creative ways to distribute treats, such as using a candy “slide” made of PVC pipe, or hanging treats from a wall or fence.

Recommendations for Event/Attraction Operators

  • Have hand sanitizer readily available to all participants.
  • Consider eliminating common seating areas or play areas where children and others might congregate. If seating is provided, keep it outdoors, separate benches/tables by at least 6 feet or use dividers, and sanitize between each use.

Vaccines remain our best defense against COVID-19. To learn more and find out where you can receive your COVID-19 vaccine. Please visit the below sites.

Trumbull County Combined Health District (TCCHD)
Facebook Page ( or Twitter Page ( for updated COVID-19 information.

Warren City Health District (WCHD)
Please call 330-841-2596 or visit the Warren City Health District located at 258 E. Market St. You can also receive information by visiting

Curbside leaf collection will begin Monday, November 1, 2021 and run through Friday, November 26, 2021. No leaves will be picked up prior to November 1, 2021 or after November 30, 2021.


Any resident wishing to dispose of leaves at the Environmental Services Department can do so Monday through Thursday between the hours of 7:30 am and 2:00 pm. through December 10, 2021. No branches, shrubs, trees, etc. will be accepted.

  • Leaves must be in biodegradable paper yard bags. Please do not put anything other than leaves in the biodegradable bags.
  • Bags should NOT be closed using tape or twist tied
  • Leaves in any other type of bag, box etc. will not be picked up.
  • Biodegradable bags are available at many local stores; including hardware, grocery and drug.

N.W. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Mondays
N.E. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Tuesdays
S.E. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Wednesdays
S.W. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Thursdays

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