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P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242
Phone: 330-672-4080
or 800-793-0912
International: 001-330-672-4080
Email: mmorgan@neotec.org

 
Trumbull County

160 High St., N.W.
Warren, OH 44481
(330) 675-2451
FAX: (330) 675-2462

Original NEOTEC member county

Major Cities: Warren, Niles
Population as of 2007: 213,475
County seat: Warren
Size: 615 square miles
Year organized: 1800

 
County Profile:  Click here.

County Web site:  Click here.

Exceptional quality of life combined with an outstanding business environment are reasons why Northeast Ohio’s Trumbull County is a great place to live and work.

Originally encompassing the entire Connecticut Western Reserve area of Northeast Ohio, Trumbull County was established on July 10, 1800, with Warren as the county seat.

Since 1800, Trumbull County has grown to become a manufacturing and commercial center. Covering 615 square miles, the county is a mix of urban municipalities, suburban townships and undeveloped open spaces and farms. Much of Trumbull County’s manufacturing employment is related to the automotive industry, with the largest employers including General Motors and Delphi Automotive Systems. The county, along with the Village of Lordstown and the State of Ohio, recently provided assistance to General Motors in their efforts to manufacture the Chevrolet Cruze in Lordstown in 2010. While many outsource suppliers for General Motors have relocated to Trumbull County to be “just in time,” the county has many other available industrial sites for new companies moving to the area.

Trumbull County has an aggressive economic development program to attract new industries, investments and jobs, and to help retain existing jobs and assist local companies to expand. The county’s Enterprise Zone Program offers tax abatements to new and existing businesses for new investments that create or retain jobs. Low interest loans are available to small and large businesses through the Revolving Loan Fund, the CDBG Program and the Mini-Loan Fund Program. The county has also assisted businesses in locating to the area through grants for new public infrastructure.


Workforce

In 2007 the total employment for all industries in Trumbull County was 79,246.

Employment by Industry: (NAICS) 
Education & Health Services23.6%
Trade, Transportation & Utilities21.4%
Manufacturing21.0%
Leisure & Hospitality9.8%
Professional & Business Services8.4%
Construction3.8%
Financial Services3.8%
Public Administration3.6%
Other Services2.9%
Information1.2%
Natural Resources & Mining0.1%

Major Employers

Delphi Automotive Systems, General Motors Corp., Forum Health, HM Health Partners, Ohio Security Systems, RTI, Severstal Warren, Trumbull County Government, Warren City Schools, West Corp and Windsor House.


Quality of Life

Whether canoeing on the Mahoning River, fishing at Mosquito Creek Lake or teeing off at one of many premier golf courses, recreational opportunities are plenty in Trumbull County. Attractions include the Warren Riverwalk and Amphitheater, Mosquito Creek Lake State Park, and numerous metropolitan parks and wildlife areas. Niles, the county’s second-largest city, is home to the McKinley Memorial. Niles is also known for “The Strip,” which features many fine restaurants as well as Eastwood Field, home of the minor league Mahoning Valley Scrappers. The area is home to the Packard Museum, Trumbull Art Gallery and Millionaires Row Historic District. Trumbull County offers diversity in cultural events, including tours through Amish communities and a wide variety of ethnic festivals and celebrations.


Transportation

Railroads: CSX; Norfolk Southern, Warren and Trumbull Railroad short line.
Motor Freight Lines: More than 30 motor carriers serve Trumbull County
Air: Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport
Roads: East to West: Interstate 80 and Turnpike 80; State Routes 82, 87, 88, 169, 304 and 305
North to South: U.S. Routes 62, 422; State Routes 5, 7, 11, 45, 46, 193 and 534
Waterways: Trumbull County is approximately 45 miles south of the Lake Erie port of Ashtabula and 70 miles from the Ohio River port in Wellsville.

 


Utilities

Natural Gas: Dominion East Ohio
Electricity: FirstEnergy
Water: MVSD, Trumbull County, City of Warren, Aqua Ohio
Telephone: Embarq
Cable: Time Warner


Foreign-Trade Zone 181

Includes 792 acres at 3 sites

For more information, contact:
Trumbull County Planning Commission
Bill Miller, Director
330-675-2480
pcmiller@co.trumbull.oh.us
www.co.trumbull.oh.us

or

Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber
Sarah Boyarko, Vice President, Economic Development, Retention & Expansion
330-392-6140
•  sarah@regionalchamber.com
www.regionalchamber.com