Christmas Trees Taken to Elkins Mountain School to be Planted
Elkins W. Va., January 5, 2024: This holiday season, Elkins Main Street, the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce, and other community members partnered to facilitate the placement of live Christmas trees along downtown streets. On Wednesday, two of these trees—one donated by the City of Elkins and the other by Phillips Kolsun—were transferred to Elkins Mountain School personnel.
Now that the holiday season has ended, these trees will be transported to the school, where students will help replant them. This project helps promote sustainability for our mountain landscape and aids the school in replenishing a natural habitat for wildlife and animals.
“We wanted to make sure after the holiday season that these trees found a good home,” stated Mayor Jerry Marco. “The city has always had a great working relationship with the Mountain School and we believe this will be a good project for the students.”
New Bookstore and Event Center Coming to Elkins
Elkins is welcoming a literary haven with the grand opening of Alexandria on Main on March 2, 2024. Situated at 119 3rd Street, this new bookstore and event space promises to enrich the community’s cultural landscape, as highlighted in a recent press […]Read More
Intermittent Traffic on S. Davis Ave. Begins Tuesday
Elkins W. Va., February 22, 2024: Intermittent traffic at 924 S. Davis Ave. in Elkins, WV, will begin Tuesday, February 27, 2024, as work begins on the demolition of a structure at this address. Though the road will not be closed completely, […]Read More
Elkins Planning Commission Seeks Resident Input for 2025 Comprehensive Plan
Elkins W. Va., February 14, 2024: The Elkins Planning Commission is working on the development of the 2025 Comprehensive Plan, a vital policy document that will guide the city’s growth and development for the next decade. As part of this process, residents […]Read More
Caleb Elmore Joins the Elkins Police Department
Elkins W. Va., February 13, 2024: Caleb Elmore was sworn in as a Probationary Police Officer for the Elkins Police Department on Monday, February 12, 2024. He completed civil service testing in November and will begin training with the police department before […]Read More
Proclamation Declares February 7-14, 2024 as Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week
Elkins W. Va., February 5, 2024: In an effort to raise awareness and promote understanding of congenital heart disease (CHD), Mayor Jerry Marco has officially proclaimed the week of February 7-14, 2024, as Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week. This significant declaration aims […]Read More
Elkins Mayor Extends Heartfelt Congratulations to Zan White on His Remarkable 100th Birthday
Elkins W. Va., February 5, 2024: Mayor Jerry Marco made a special visit on Saturday, February 3, to extend his warmest congratulations to local resident Zan White, who celebrated his 100th birthday on February 2. The mayor, along with friends and family, […]Read More