Public Notices

October 29, 2020

  • During the Governor’s press conference today, Trumbull County was placed in the Red-Level 3-Very High Exposure category under the state’s Public Health Advisory Alert System.
  • Over the past 30 days, data that we have collected indicates that our transition from “orange” to “red” is a result of a significant increased community transmission.
  • Over the period of 10/19/20 – 10/25/20, Trumbull County experienced a new case increase of 199 cases compared to 89 cases the previous week. In addition, our case rate has increased from 25.76 per 100,000 through the end of September to 125.27 per 100,000 as of 10/28/2020, thus triggering that indicator in the altering system. Equally important, is the 7- day increase that we also experienced during that timeframe. At the end of September our 7-day case rate went from 2.71 to 13 by the end of October. 95.5% of Trumbull County’s cases are directly attributed to community spread, and not long term care facilities.
  • We have investigated outbreaks at various mass gathering settings, which included weddings, religious activities and school settings, but the bulk of the viral transmission is occurring from family member to family member through private family gatherings.
  • Given this sizable increase we are experiencing, it is more important now than ever that we follow the state orders of masking, social distancing, hand hygiene and environmental cleanliness. Moreover, we need to seriously think about curtailing our attendance at mass gatherings, or the need to hold them, where the risk of transmission is elevated and where others may be put at risk.
  • Trumbull County andWarren City Health Officials have been meeting and working in conjunction with our long term care facilities, hospital systems, incident command team, as well as our school systems, developing strategies to reduce the county’s risk of spread of COVID-19.
  • Health department staff continue to monitor COVID-19 on a daily basis, and will update strategies in conjunction with our EOC as the need arises and the data indicates. Therefore,our residents should remain vigilant and continue to limit their activities as much as possible, avoiding large gatherings, continue to practice social distancing, stay home when ill, keep their hands clean and sanitized, avoid touching their face, keep high touch areas clean ansanitized and wear facial covering when out in public.
  • We are requesting that any media inquiries pertaining to the press release be forwarded to us by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We would like to congratulate our newly sworn in Lieutenant Brandon Gaines.
Welcome to the Warren City Fire Department!

Curbside leaf collection will begin Monday, November 2, 2020 and run through Friday, November 27, 2020. No leaves will be picked up prior to November 2, 2020 or after November 30, 2020.

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, 2020. No branches, shrubs, trees, etc. will be accepted.

Due to Covid-19, proper face covering and social distance guidelines will be enforced while disposing of leaves.

  • 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

The City of Warren is announcing that the second phase of the contract with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is scheduled to begin the week of July 20, 2020. During this phase TNC will begin restoration and beautification of the Mahoning River corridor by removing invasive nonnative shrubs and plants. Herbicides used during this process will be applied in a way that is limited and localized to the removed plant and shrub roots. This will have no detrimental effects on the environment and will be safe for all users of the parks. TNC staff will begin the process at the south end of Perkins Park on Monday July 20th  and work around the perimeter towards the north end. From there TNC will move north to Packard Park beginning the week of July 27th. All work is weather permitting therefore timelines may be moved up or delayed.

For more information on this Park Enhancement Project, click here to see the presentation prepared by TNC

Disconnection of water service is now resuming within the state of Ohio effective July 10, 2020.

Customers with delinquent balances from the City of Warren Water Department will be receiving a door hanger with a reminder of their past due water balance and the following message:

Effective Monday, July 13, 2020, all customers with a past due water balance will be subject to disconnection of service.  To avoid such action, make payment in full prior to 7/13/2020 or contact the Water Department at (330) 841-2531.

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