Economic Development

Input Sought for New Warren Comprehensive Plan

WARREN, Ohio – As the city of Warren and Trumbull County Planning Commission work on updating the city’s comprehensive plan, the two organizations are welcoming input from residents, business owners and community stakeholders at meetings Nov. 1 and 21.

Both meetings begin at 6 p.m. at the Warren City Council chambers, 141 South St. SE.

The city’s comprehensive plan includes maps, charts and analysis of the community’s changes over the years to better inform future decisions about the city’s development.

These public meetings allow us to gather more community perspectives of the values, needs and aspirations that help contribute to a successful planning process,” said Trish Nuskievicz, executive director of the planning commission, in a release.

Added Warren Mayor Doug Franklin, “A comprehensive plan provides residents a chance to brainstorm and discuss the future of the city. At the meeting, the Planning Commission will give an update on the planning process, review the results of our community survey and gather community input on the future of Warren.”

Pictured at top: Image of downtown Warren courtesy Two Ticks & the Dog.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.