The Fire Department is a valuable resource
The St. Albans Fire Department has gained the reputation for being one of the BEST Fire/Rescue units in the state. One of the
primary reasons is that we as citizens choose to support our first responders with good equipment and a decent pay. It is difficult to put a price on their courage and professionalism. Many of our families have seen these young men and women at work. We are grateful for their commitment to our city. In the upcoming months we will be able to show our gratitude and support.
To make sure everyone understands, here is some basic information regarding the upcoming Fire Levy Election: The St. Albans Fire Levy has been in effect since 1951, this Levy is not a new tax. The Levy is used for training, wages, supplies, and other expenses that affect the operation of the Fire Department. The Levy provides nearly half the amount required to operate the St. Albans Fire Department each year.
Please join me in supporting our Fire Department by getting out to vote on Saturday, February 7th. Early voting is accessible from January 23rd to February 4th during regular business hours at the office of the City Clerk. Saturday absentee voting will take place Jan. 24th & Jan. 31st from 9am to 5pm in accordance with the WV State Code.
Anyone having questions may call my office at 304-722-3391 and ask to speak with Veronica Westfall the City Recorder.
At this time, the city of St. Albans has no emergency information to report. If any emergency events occur, we will update this with everything you need to know.
Council Meeting:1st & 3rd Mondays at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, 51
City Fire Levy Election:Saturday, February 7th 6:30 - 7:30pm
Early Voting Period:January 23 - February 4th
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