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Kathleen Vrable-Bryan - District Administrator
Sean McGuire, Environmental Compliance Inspector/District Technician II
Blaine Winger - Agricultural Specialist/District Technician

The office is open to the public for necessary business, but with restrictions.  You must call first to let us know that you plan to stop.  Also, all precautionary measures are being taken to protect the health and safety of our visitors, staff and Board members.  You will be required to wear a mask and have your temperature taken before entering the building.  Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Staff members are available to answer your questions and concerns and perform site inspections. 

The Thursday November 16th Mahoning SWCD Board meeting is cancelled. We will hold a Special Board meeting time and date to be posted soon.

Mahoning SWCD will hold their Regular Monthly Board meetings the third Thursday of the month from at 10 a.m.
Please call the office for call-in details.

Going forward ORC 940.39 was added with the passage of HB 340. ORC 940.39 allows the SWCD board to conduct meetings by video conference or, if video conference is not available, by teleconference. As a result of the COVID pandemic, video and telephone conferences are nothing new. However, know that this ORC change will allow for SWCD board meetings to be conducted by video conferences or teleconference into the future beyond the COVID pandemic.
"The function of the conservation district is to take available technical, financial, and educational resources, whatever their source, and focus them so that they meet the needs of the local land user for conservation of soil, water and related resources." - Pete Nowak

Mahoning Soil and Water Conservation District is proud to be a part of the Alliance for Watershed Action and Resource Education (AWARE).

Mahoning County Soil & Water Conservation District is committed to financial transparency.  Below are the links to our recent cash basis reports:

Video announcing the winners of the “virtual” Envirothon