Kinsman is a diverse Township located in Ohio. It has a wide variety of churches, shops, and public buildings. Kinsman is one of 1,300 townships in Ohio, and one of the twenty-four townships of Trumbull County. According to a recent census, roughly 1,943 people live in the township.
Kinsman is a township rich in history. If you would like to learn the story of how Kinsman came to be please click here. We hope that you will take the time to navigate our site, and learn why so many people, love to call Kinsman their home!
Beginning May 12th all Township Meetings will be held at our new facility on State Route 5 (former Doeberling Physical Therapy Building.)
To view when sewer construction will be in your area, go to the Zoning tab and click on the link provided.
Monies are available for assistance in home improvements for the Kinsman Township area through the Community Housing Improvement Program. Homeowners who apply must fall at or below 80% of the area in median income. Home improvements include improving existing housing conditions, correcting code violations and deficiencies, and home repair-septic. For more information click here or call Julie Edwards, Trumbull County Planning Commission with any questions after reading, 330.675.2480.
Low to moderate income monies available yet for homeowners needing assistance with sewer tie-ins. For more information contact Julie Green, Grants Coordinator, at Trumbull County Planning 330.675.2480