By: Sutton StokesDecember 19, 2021

City Hall News: Weeks of Dec. 20 & Dec. 27

Elkins, W. Va., December 18, 2021: Because of the holidays, the next two weeks won’t see much meeting activity at Elkins City Hall. Meeting the week of December 20 are the Elkins Sanitary Board and the Elkins Historic Landmarks Commission. The Elkins Water Board meets the following week.

There are no changes to the trash schedule on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve. City hall will close for Christmas starting noon on Thursday. The following week, city hall will close for New Year’s starting noon on Thursday.

The Sanitary Board, which oversees the city’s sewer system, meets Monday at 2 p.m. The board, which is in the process of identifying a replacement for its vacuum truck, will see a presentation concerning Golden Equipment Company offerings in this category. The board will also review invoices and discuss proposed sewer improvements on Sylvester Drive, department staffing levels and wages, and catch basins and storm lines.

On Tuesday at 4 p.m., the Historic Landmarks Commission meets virtually on an agenda that includes an update concerning Maplewood Cemetery and discussion of a second Davis & Elkins Historic District. The commission will also elect officers. Request login information by email to:

The following week, on Tuesday the 28th at 4 p.m., the Water Board meets. The agenda for this meeting is not yet posted.

Utility bills and in-city Fire & Rescue Service Fee payments are due Monday, December 20. Fourth quarter and annual Business & Occupation tax-return forms will be mailed out the last week of December; returns will be due January 31.

Unless otherwise stated, all meetings are in-person and open to the public. Find agendas and other meeting information here:


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