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Planning Commission Agenda

The Kanawha County Commission will have a meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 5:00 PM located in the Kanawha County Commission Courtroom. Click Here[Click here]

Request For Proposal

A Mandatory Pre-Proposal Conference will be held on Monday, April 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the Kanawha County Commission Courtroom located at 409 Virginia Street East (Old Courthouse). Anyone interested in submitting a proposal must be in attendance. Click here[Click here]

Meeting Notice

The Kanawha County Commission will have a meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 5:00 PM located in the Kanawha County Commission Courtroom. Click here to view the agenda[Click here]

Media Release

Kanawha County Officials are urging all individuals and business owners in Kanawha County who have experienced flood damage to their homes-living space or businesses to contact the Kanawha County Planning Department at 304.357.0570 to report the address of their property.  This will allow Planning Officials to track damage throughout the County in order to prepare damage assessments for the State. "It is important for the Planning Department to have this information as they work with State and FEMA officials to determine the Countywide damage in order to determine if FEMA will provide assistance.  The Planning Department is very familiar with this process[Click here]

MEDIA RELEASE

UPDATE at 8:40am: The Kanawha County Courthouse, and the judicial annex, are both OPEN today with regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Commission Meeting at 5:00 is still scheduled. REPORTS THAT THE KANAWHA COUNTY COURTHOUSE HAD CLOSED WERE INCORRECT.[Click here]

Kanawha County Courthouse Open Today - March 5, 2015

UPDATE at 8:40am: The Kanawha County Courthouse, and the judicial annex, are both OPEN today with regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Commission Meeting at 5:00 is still scheduled. REPORTS THAT THE KANAWHA COUNTY COURTHOUSE HAD CLOSED WERE INCORRECT.[Click here]

Weather Alert

Kanawha County Commission www.kanawha.us Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin previously issued a statewide State of Preparedness to mobilize state resources to help keep West Virginians safe during this severe weather event. Kanawha County Emergency Officials have responded and have activated the Emergency Operations Center to monitor high water and road conditions throughout the County. Currently, high water and dangerous road conditions are being reported at New Goff Mtn. in Cross Lanes (road closed), Paint Creek near the tunnel, 2nd Avenue in Handley, and Thorofare Road in Clendenin. Motorist should not attempt to cross water covered roads. Turn around, don’t drown! Residents who live along creeks[Click here]

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