About Trumbull County

Trumbull County is a vibrant and diverse county located in the northeastern part of the state of Ohio, United States. Nestled in the heart of the Mahoning Valley, Trumbull County is known for its rich history, natural beauty, and a strong sense of community. Trumbull County is the only perfectly square county in Ohio and has a total area of 625 square miles. It is the only square county in the entire state of Ohio, with each side being approximately 25 miles. Trumbull County consists of: Warren (seat) , Girard, Vienna, Liberty, Kinsman, Bazetta, Howland, Niles, Newton Falls, Champion, Mesopotamia, Bristolville, Cortland, Mecca, Hubbard, etc.

Founded in 1800 and named after Jonathan Trumbull, the Governor of Connecticut during the American Revolutionary War, Trumbull County has evolved into a thriving region that offers a perfect blend of urban amenities and rural charm. The county seat is Warren, a city renowned for its industrial heritage and historical significance.

Trumbull County is blessed with picturesque landscapes and abundant natural resources. It is home to the scenic Mosquito Lake State Park, which attracts outdoor enthusiasts with its pristine lake, hiking trails, camping grounds, and opportunities for fishing and boating. The county is also dotted with beautiful parks, nature preserves, and green spaces, providing ample opportunities for recreation and relaxation.

The communities of Trumbull County are united by their strong sense of pride and belonging. Residents enjoy a high quality of life, with excellent educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and a variety of cultural and recreational activities. Trumbull county is home to several museums, art galleries, and theaters, showcasing its rich artistic and cultural heritage.

Map of Trumbull County Ohio With Municipal and Township Labels.PNG
By US Census, Ruhrfisch - taken from US Census website CC BY-SA 3.0