WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – It’s been a long process for the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, but after three years of planning they have come up with a fully equipped strategic plan to bring back the city of Warren.
The plan includes recommendations for removal of blight, revitalization of neighborhoods, and overall quality of life improvements throughout the community. Right now, TNP is focusing on the city’s south-west side.
The plan is being executed through a Community Challenge Grant and includes six tasks: Parcel inventory, re-using vacant lots, zoning enforcement, vacant structures and land bank utilization, community engagement and participation and policy priorities.
Some of the programs TNP has in place to achieve these goals include Lots to Love, Adopt-A-Home and the Side Lot Incentive. All of which are ways to reuse vacant properties.
While this is going on in Warren, the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership continues to renovate, demolish and sell property through the Trumbull County Land bank.