Patrol holds open house at new Warren Facility

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For Immediate Release: December 18, 2019
Contact: Sergeant Ray Santiago (614) 752-2792

Patrol holds open house at new Warren Facility

WARREN – Local and state officials attended an open house at the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s new Warren facility in Southington. The new location is the culmination of a construction project, which began more than two years ago, housing both the Warren Post and District Headquarters.

The Warren location, 3424 U.S. Route 422, hosted a ribbon cutting, which was attended by Ohio Senator Sean J. O’Brien, Ohio Representative Gil Blair, Ohio Department of Public Safety Director Thomas J. Stickrath, and OSHP Colonel Richard S. Fambro.

The event was held as part of Governor Mike DeWine’s Mahoning Valley Cabinet Day which included several events with cabinet members throughout the Mahoning Valley. 

“This new location will allow troopers to continue to make an impact in this community,” said Governor DeWine. “I know this community and those throughout the Warren district are thankful for the work troopers do every day to make Ohio’s roads safer.”

“Today could not have been possible without everyone working together to achieve a common goal,” said Col. Fambro. “I am confident that this building will enable us to continue to meet our mission objectives and serve as an integral member of this community for many years to come.

The Warren District Headquarters encompasses seven counties, including Ashtabula, Columbiana, Geauga, Lake, Mahoning, Portage, and Trumbull.

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