Final Youngstown ARS Joint Land Use Study

The JLUS Policy Committee accepted the Final Youngstown Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) at a meeting on September 3rd, 2019. The final JLUS Report, Background Report and Executive Summary can be viewed by clicking on the cover images below.

Click on the cover graphic to download the JLUS Report. This document provides an overview of the JLUS planning process, purpose and objectives of the study, and the recommended strategies for implementation.
(7 Mb download)

Click on the cover graphic to download the JLUS Background Report. This document provides detailed information on existing conditions and compatibility issues.
(9.2 Mb download)

The JLUS Executive Summary serves as a quick reference describing the purpose of a JLUS and providing an overview of the key JLUS recommendations.
(1.5 Mb download)


The Youngstown ARS JLUS project is a joint effort led by Trumbull County with support of Vienna Township, Fowler Township, and Youngstown ARS. The project also includes a broad group of stakeholders and participating organizations that comprise the Policy and Technical Committees involved in the project development.

The menus at the top of the page provide access to the key information for the Youngstown ARS JLUS.


NEW! Final JLUS accepted by the Policy Committee. Final JLUS reports posted on project website.

Public Workshop #3 held, Tuesday, February 19, 2019. 

Public Workshop #2 held on September 4, 2018. Click here for details.

Public Workshop #1 held on June 7, 2018. Click Here for details.

For More Information

Trumbull County Planning Commission
185 East Market Street NE, Suite A
Warren, OH 44481

To email the JLUS Project Manager Click Here

matrix logo whiteCopyright © 2018, Matrix Design Group, Inc. This study was prepared under contract with Trumbull County, Ohio, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment Department of Defense. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.

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