About Hubbard Township
Hubbard is advantageously located in the growing and easily accessible Steel Valley section of Northern Ohio. The suburban community is strategically situated in the southeast corner of Trumbull County at the Interstate 80, Exit 234 junction, with routes U.S. 62 and Ohio 7 and State Routes 304 and 616 joining to provide residents, travelers and businesses with fast and convenient links to the east, west and south.
Nearby cities of Warren and Youngstown, Ohio and Sharon and Farrell, Pennsylvania, provide residents with a variety of employment, shopping and convenience, cultural, education and recreational facilities. Although Hubbard is primarily a residential area, there is a wide diversity of business enterprises located here, including the world’s largest independent manufacturer of ingot moulds.
Hubbard has grown from a small settlement of a few families to a township of approximately 5,333 residents. People of the township represent an exciting and colorful blend of many different ethnic, religious, educational and economic backgrounds. While preserving their divergent heritages and cherishing their individuality, Hubbard residents also work together in many service, business, social and religious organizations to develop and support a community that promotes optimum opportunities for growth and fellowship.