Public Involvement Meeting
Proposed Improvements along State Route (SR) 46 and SR 82
Howland Township, Trumbull County, Ohio

Dear Stakeholder/Resident/Property-Business Owner/Interested Citizen:

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will conduct a public meeting to present information and solicit public comment on the results and recommended Improvements included in the TRU-46-7.28 Safety Study. The study evaluated several locations all within Howland Township in Trumbull County, Ohio. These locations include: the Interchange of SR 46 and SR 82, the signalized intersection of SR 82 and Howland-Wilson Road, the signalized intersection of SR 46 and County Road (CR) 329 (Warren-Sharon Road), the un-signalized intersection of SR 46 and Howland Springs Road and SR 46 between the interchange and the intersection of SR 46 and CR 329.

A public meeting will be held Wednesday, September 5, 2018, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Howland High School Cafeteria located at 200 Shaffer Drive NE, Warren, Ohio. The project team will be available to answer any questions you may have anytime between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. The meeting format includes a brief project overview presentation at 5:45 pm. Following the presentation, interested individuals will have the opportunity to speak during an open microphone public comment period. Throughout the public meeting, the safety study and exhibits illustrating the recommended improvement alternatives under consideration will be displayed and representatives of ODOT, including the safety study consultant Mott MacDonald, will be available to address questions.


Mosquito Spraying

The Howland Township Trustees announce that Alexander Pest Control (330-856-4770) has been contracted to spray for mosquitoes in Howland Township starting from 9pm to 5am on the following dates (Monday & Tuesday)

May 21 & May 22
June 18 & June 19
July 16 & July 17
Aug 13 & Aug 14
Sept 10 & Sept 11

In case of rain, the spraying will take place the following evening. Resident are encouraged to close their windows, keep pets indoors and not to leave any food outdoors during the spraying.

altHowland Township will be conducting a Scrap Tire Drop-Off for Howland Township Residents only. Residents may drop-off a maximum of 8 passenger tires only, with no rims at the Public Works Department located at 3600 North River Road between 8 am to 2 pm on the following dates (Monday-Friday): 

June 4 - June 8
June 11 - June 15
October 1 - October 5

If you have any questions you may call (330) 856-4037.


Executive Summary Update to Comprehensive Plan - Year Seven

After extensive input from the community, the Board of Trustees in July 2010 adopted a comprehensive plan laying out goals for our community and objectives by which to accomplish them. We – including our administration, staff, employees, and appointed board members – use them as the guiding principles behind the decisions that we make on a daily basis. The comprehensive plan highlights the community’s future intentions, but it also assists the Township by serving as a guide for the overall growth and redevelopment for residents, businesses, and public officials; serving as a basis for administering the zoning resolution and for making reasonable decisions on development and rezoning applications; promoting innovative, sustainable, and green development and redevelopment practices; ensuring the continuity of long-range economic development, planning, and capital improvement policies and programs; assisting the Township in applying for state and federal grant programs; preserving the aesthetic and natural character of Howland Township; and promoting the safety, prosperity, health, morals, and aesthetics of our residents.

Click Read More for links to the official updates! Year Seven Update Available Now!



Howland Township announces that Constellation NewEnergy-Gas Division, LLC has been chosen as the preferred supplier for its Natural Gas Program.  This includes a fixed rate of $3.45 per Mcf.  This pricing will be effective for your December 2017 through March 2019 billing cycles.  

Trumbull County has worked with Constellation to negotiate this group rate for residents and small business owners.  This means that you can get a cost-effective natural gas supply from one of the largest retail gas suppliers in the country.  There is no opt-out fee.

If you are in contract with another supplier; contact your chosen supplier for questions about your contract, including whether you have a cancellation fee for early termination.

Those wishing to join the program supplied by Constellation should expect to receive a notice in the mail early October.  The notice will explain the rate, terms and conditions, and options for enrolling in the natural gas program.

Residents are asked to contact Constellation online at or at 844-809-6834 to enroll or if they have questions.

Click for Warren, Ohio Forecast
Click below for Current Air Quality from

Howland Online Auction

Find Township Surplus at Great Prices!