A comprehensive plan is a guide for future development in a community, establishing the area’s vision for new growth or preservation of the environment. Planning is necessary in helping decision makers anticipate the future and provide for its needs. The Trumbull County Planning Commission has contracted and prepared such plans for cities, villages, townships, and other similar organizations within the county. For more detailed information on the planning process please contact Bill Miller, Director at 330-675-2480 or at email@example.com
Below are the most recent plans prepared by the Trumbull County Planning Commission in cooperation with local officials.
Note: These are large files. It is recommended that you right click on the link and select ‘save as’ or ‘save target as’ and save to your computer before opening.
The Trumbull County Planning Commission additionally participates in regional planning efforts. Two of the most recent collaborative plans include local Source Water Assessment and Protection plans and the Blueprint of Comprehensive Sanitary Sewer and Septic System Plan. Please follow the links below to access these plans and/or information about them.
Trumbull County’s Farmland Preservation Plan
The planning commission held monthly meetings and coordinated the creation of a final plan of farmland preservation for the county. The plan includes land use strategies that will serve to preserve farmlands and open space in Trumbull County. Please visit the American Farmland Trust for more information.