MAYOR FOUTS’ PROMISE TO NAME STREET AFTER YOUNG PRESTON SINGLETON FULFILLED (SWEET 5-YEAR-OLD WHO LOST HIS LIFE) PLAQUE DEDICATED TO PRESTON WILL FOLLOW

As Warren Mayor Jim Fouts promised, The City of Warren now has the Preston Singleton Ave. signs up on Stephens and the Van Dyke-Hoover area in memory of five-year-old Preston who sadly lost his life approximately two weeks ago due to a hit and run driver who was late for work. This should be a Read more about MAYOR FOUTS’ PROMISE TO NAME STREET AFTER YOUNG PRESTON SINGLETON FULFILLED (SWEET 5-YEAR-OLD WHO LOST HIS LIFE) PLAQUE DEDICATED TO PRESTON WILL FOLLOW[…]

MAYOR FOUTS KEEPS PROMISES, SLUMLORD ARRESTED AND IN JAIL

During his State of the City reception on June 24th, Warren Mayor James Fouts promised residents that the City would be getting tough on several bad Warren landlords and that would include jail time.  Mayor Fouts is pleased to announce that after a 24-hour stakeout at a rental home, the City of Warren authorities apprehended a bad landlord who had at least 69 Read more about MAYOR FOUTS KEEPS PROMISES, SLUMLORD ARRESTED AND IN JAIL[…]

WARREN MAYOR JAMES R. FOUTS DELIVERS THE 2021 STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS

Warren Mayor Fouts recently delivered the State of the City Address for the first time in several years. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Fouts was unable to provide residents and the region with an update last year and he is excited to have the opportunity to inform the public how the city of Warren has Read more about WARREN MAYOR JAMES R. FOUTS DELIVERS THE 2021 STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS[…]

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During the COVID-19 pandemic it was impossible for the property maintenance division employees to do in person blight sweeps and inspections.  Mayor Fouts has always been committed to a clean and safe city which is why he started the blight sweep program when he first got elected Mayor.  As we emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, Mayor Fouts Read more about Default title[…]

WARREN CITY HALL LIGHTS UP FOR DO SOMETHING GOOD FOR YOUR NEIGHBOR DAY

Warren City Hall was lit in purple lights on  Sunday, May 16, 2021, from dusk until dawn  Monday, May 17, 2021, to bring public attention to ‘Do Something Good for Your Neighbor Day’.  The National Do Something Good For Your Neighbor Day on May 16th each year encourages individuals and organizations alike to be neighborly to each Read more about WARREN CITY HALL LIGHTS UP FOR DO SOMETHING GOOD FOR YOUR NEIGHBOR DAY[…]

REIGN OF POLITICAL TERROR BY THE CITY COUNCIL CONTINUES

Warren Mayor James Fouts has officially accepted the resignation of Jamie Roe a member of this administration. Jamie has been a very hard-working employee regarding organization and planning for the COVID-19 Vaccine Center last week as well as planning on the COVID Testing at city hall and, also the Forgotten Harvest food distribution every Monday. Read more about REIGN OF POLITICAL TERROR BY THE CITY COUNCIL CONTINUES[…]

WARREN MAYOR FOUTS ANNOUNCES COVID-19 VACCINES AT WARREN CITY HALL

City Partners with McLaren Health System and Walgreens to Deliver Vaccinations March 10-12 By Appointment Only Warren City Hall will serve as a vaccination clinic March 10-12 which will deliver vaccinations to residents.  This vaccination clinic will be conducted in partnership with McLaren Health System and Walgreens Pharmacy and supported by paramedics from the Warren Fire Read more about WARREN MAYOR FOUTS ANNOUNCES COVID-19 VACCINES AT WARREN CITY HALL[…]

WARREN MAYOR JAMES FOUTS DIRECTS WARREN CITY HALL TO BE ILLUMINATED RED IN SOLIDARITY AMYLOIDOSIS AWARENESS MONTH

Warren Mayor James Fouts has directed that Warren City Hall will be lit up red on Saturday, March 6, 2021 from dusk until dawn on Sunday, March 7, 2021 to bring awareness to Amyloidosis. Warren resident Linda Malaspina and the Amyloidosis Foundation both contacted Warren Mayor James Fouts and requested that the City of Warren Read more about WARREN MAYOR JAMES FOUTS DIRECTS WARREN CITY HALL TO BE ILLUMINATED RED IN SOLIDARITY AMYLOIDOSIS AWARENESS MONTH[…]

MAYOR JAMES FOUTS DECLARES SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 RARE DISEASE DAY IN THE CITY OF WARREN

Mayor James Fouts recently declared Sunday, February 28 as Rare Disease Day 2021 in the City of Warren.  Rare Diseases include Pitt Hopkins Syndrome. Pitt Hopkins Syndrome is just 1 of nearly 7,000 diseases and conditions that are considered rare.  Nearly 1 in 10 Americans have a rare disease or condition.  Pictured below is Isabella Turkiela, Read more about MAYOR JAMES FOUTS DECLARES SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 RARE DISEASE DAY IN THE CITY OF WARREN[…]