With a vibrant history and a vision for the future, Trumbull County is a mix of rural, industrial and commercial centers. From the Amish communities in the western part of the county to the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles and General Motors Lordstown Complex where the Chevrolet Cruze is produced, Trumbull County has something for every interest.
Businesses locating in Trumbull County have all the resources needed to grow and expand in one central location, as well as logistical advantages, supply chain availability, access to qualified workforce and low cost of living.
As a transportation center, the region features excellent connectivity to suppliers and customers alike through its two class-one rail providers and the east-west I-80/I-76 interstates. Highway access from State Route 11 provides a north-south roadway that leads directly from lake to river. The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport in Vienna accommodates both cargo and passenger aircraft and is equipped with a 9,003-foot runway — the longest in northeast Ohio — and a 5,000-foot secondary runway.
Within a 75-mile radius of Youngstown-Warren, Ohio, 55 colleges and universities provide opportunities for advanced education. From 95 campus locations, these institutions furnish firms competing in the global marketplace with a highly trained and motivated workforce. A many of these colleges and universities are nationally renowned in particular fields of study.
Trumbull County’s more than 205,000 residents enjoy an affordable cost of living, with housing costs well below the national average. The area’s cultural assets include summer festivals, the National Packard Museum, Warren Philharmonic Orchestra and Mahoning Valley Scrappers minor league baseball team.
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