Change Our Government Structure?
Third in a series of four articles about the charter change process Last week, Elkins Common Council began public deliberations on possible changes to the city charter. This week, the City of Elkins is running a series of articles providing background and […]
2023 Election Information
The 2023 municipal election for the city of Elkins will be held June 13, 2023. On that date, a mayor will be elected to a four-year term and one council member from each of the city’s five wards will be elected to […]
City Hall News: Week of March 20, 2023
Meeting next week are the Elkins Sanitary Board, council’s ad hoc Organizational Audit Committee, and the Elkins Historic Landmarks Commission. Utility bills and in-city Fire & Rescue Service Fees are due Monday. The Sanitary Board, which oversees the city’s wastewater system, meets […]
Elkins Halloween ScheduleHalloween trick-or-treating in Elkins will be observed Oct. 31, 6:30-8 p.m.
Make sure to bundle those little unicorns and goblins, it’s supposed to be drizzly and go down to a low of 34º. And use the crosswalks, ghosts are hard for cars to see in the dark.Elkins Halloween Schedule
New Alley Parking LimitsCouncil recently imposed limits on alley parking citywide.
Parking is no longer allowed in downtown alleys under a new law passed by council. Outside the downtown area, alley parking remains allowed under certain conditions. The primary reason for the changes is to ensure access for emergency vehicles.Read More
No Spring CleanupWe will no longer be offering Spring Cleanup.
Because of the city’s monthly bulk-item pickup program, we will no longer be offering Spring Cleanup. Don’t wait until spring, put your items out each month.Bulk Pickups
Street Sweeper ScheduleThe 2022 street-sweeping season begins Monday, May 2. Starting May 23, Elkins police will ticket vehicles left parked on streets scheduled for street sweeping.
Last modified on March 25, 2023 at 4:33 pm