Clean Ohio Conservation Fund

The Clean Ohio Greenspace Conservation Fund program was established in 2000 by the voters of Ohio to provide local communities monetary assistance to preserve open space, protect sensitive ecosystems, expand local park footprints, and restore streams through a local process. Mahoning and Trumbull counties comprise District Six, with Eastgate being the local administrator of the funds.

General Information

Members of the District Six Natural Resource Assistance Council (NRAC) review, score, and rank each eligible project for funding.

District Six NRAC Nomination Form

District Six NRAC Members List

NRAC District Six Bylaws

Program Year 2022 - 2023

Round 17 - Information Coming Soon

District Six Application Manual: Eligible Applicants are required to consult District Six’s Application Manual when applying for Clean Ohio Greenspace Conservation Program funds. This manual contains valuable information, instructions, and links to program guidelines, documents, and funding processes. This document is meant to be used side by side with all OPWC and District Six application documents.

District Calendar: Please consult for important program dates and deadline

Ohio Public Works Commission Clean Ohio Fund Greenspace Conservation Program OPWC Application for Financial Assistance / Instructions

District Six NRAC Attachment B

  • Median Household Income (MHI) Community Percentage Table
  • 2010 Youngstown OH-PA Urban Boundary Map

District Six Scoring Methodology

Project Manager Information

Green Space Glossary of Terms

For additional information and resources, please visit the State's Clean Ohio Website.

Map of District Six Clean Ohio Properties to date.

For project planning assistance, application guidance, and local information regarding the Clean Ohio Fund
Please contact Stephanie Dyer.

Clean Ohio Sites