Emergency Information Update
March 16, 2020
In an effort to assist in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, effective immediately and until further notice, Granville Town Hall offices are closed to the public. We will be conducting business via email and telephone correspondence, limiting face-to-face contact.
We will do our very best to ensure that municipal services continue with as little interruption as possible. Please check back often as we will be updating information as it becomes available to us. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Town Hall at (304) 599-5080. If you have an emergency, call 911.
Town of Granville
Tuesday - March 24th, 2020
PHONE IN NUMBER: (304) 599-5080
- CALL TO ORDER - 7:00pm
- FINANCIAL STATEMENT
- PUBLIC COMMENT ***see notes below***
- OLD BUSINESS
- Approval of 20-21 Levy Estimate
- NEW BUSINESS
- NEXT REGULAR MEETING - April 14th, 2020
BECAUSE OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS WE WILL BE FOLLOWING CDC GUIDELINES AND
CONDUCT COUNCIL MEETING BY CALL-IN METHOD
ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC WHO WISHES TO PARTICIPATE, SPEAK AND/OR
COMMENT MAY EMAIL OR PHONE IN AT 7:00pm
PLEASE SEND ALL COMMENTS TO:
Town of Granville - Modified Schedule
March 18, 2020
The Town of Granville Municipal offices and Public Works Department will be operating on a modified schedule starting on Wednesday, March 18th. The office will be semi-staffed Monday through Thursday and closed on Friday. Town Hall offices and the Public Works building are closed to the public.
At this time, the Public Works Department will pick up regularly scheduled trash on Monday and Tuesday.
The Town of Granville boasts a family-friendly community with strong character, community pride and a caring spirit. We strive to provide the right balance of professional and residential areas by offering a well-planned and growing community that inspires individuality and excellence.
The Town of Granville is committed to providing municipal services and programs essential to a desirable community in which to live, work and play while also encouraging public participation and collaboration from our citizens, visitors and businesses. To fulfill this Mission, the Town of Granville promotes and encourages a high quality of life through essential infrastructure, public safety, recreation and growth. We also strive to provide useful information in responding to and meeting the needs of our citizens, which is our highest priority.
We believe that investing in and empowering our employees through teamwork, integrity, accountability, service and respect provides a strong workforce that is key to providing an accessible and effective Town government.
A Town That's Easy To Fall In Love With
The Town of Granville has that special small town charm that is easy to fall in love with, yet big amenities are right around the corner, providing residents with great food and shopping just a short distance from home.
Nestled along the Monongahela River in northern West Virginia, Granville is home to the West Virginia Black Bears (www.milb.com/west-virginia-black-bears), the charming Granville Park, and the Town Center with tons of shopping and food options.
Meet the Mayor: Patricia Lewis
Patricia Lewis was elected to her first term as the Mayor of The Town of Granville beginning July 1, 1991. During her term in office, she has been instrumental in developing a Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Granville and diligently working with WVU in adopting zoning to protect property owners with future land development.
Learn more about living in Granville
Learn more about business in Granville.
Mon Power: 1-800-686-0022
Dominion Hope Gas: 1-800-688-4673
Morgantown Utility Board: (304) 292-8443
Trash pickup is every Monday or Tuesday, depending on your location.
Police Department: 304-598-0035
Fire Department: 304-599-5190
In an emergency, please call 911