The next regular City
Council meeting will be held Tuesday, February 16th at 7:00 p.m. in the council
chambers at city hall.
Welcome to the City of Mannington
The City of Mannington has vacancies on the Board of Zoning Appeals.
The Board hears appeals, decides on variance equests, etc as tey apply
to the City's zoning regulations. Applicants must be freeholders
who are residents of Mannington and at least 3/5 of the members must
have been residents for at least ten years preceding their appointment.
They cannot be a member of the Planning Commission nor can they hold
other elective or appointive office in the City or County government.
Applications are available at the City Clerk's Office or by clicking
here. Application for Committees
Don't forget to
check out the City Events page
each month to see what is happening in the
City of Mannington.
Hello and welcome
to the City of Mannington's website. We hope you will take a
few minutes to read this in order to familiarize yourself with
our city and to entice you to visit us. We are a small but
progressive city with a current population of 2,063.
Mannington is known for its friendly people and historic
houses. If you should need help in finding your way around
town, maps are sold at city hall. If we can be of any other
assistance to you, please feel free to ask.
located in the new city building which houses offices for the
mayor, water department, city clerk, code enforcement officer,
the sanitary board plus the council chambers where city
meetings are held. The police department and the street/water
superintendent's offices are in the brick building located
directly beside us. Mannington Main Street's office is on the
second floor of that building.
City Hall's office
hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays. A night slot is
located outside of the main door for anyone wishing to make
payments after hours. You will receive a monthly utility bill
from us that will include charges for water, sewer, and the
municipal service charge. The rates for the water and sewer
services are available on this website and are posted at city
hall for your convenience. The service charge is a $12.00
assessment that partially funds the fire and police
departments and helps with the street lighting expense.
Questions concerning your sewer service should be directed to
the sewer plant at 304-986-3394.
We have a volunteer
fire department with stations located on Monroe Street in
Clayton Addition and Meadow Avenue in Homewood Addition. Our
police department consists of four full time and three part time
officers who provide 24-hour protection. To reach either of
these departments in an emergency, dial 911. The non-emergency
phone number is 304-363-1100.