Update regarding Public Access to the Kanawha County Courthouse during the Covid-19 outbreak.

March 16th at 7:00pm.

  1. Unless changed by further notice the County Courthouse will remain open during regular hours, 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.
  2. The public is encouraged to visit the Kanawha County Courthouse Offices only if necessary and for essential services. Please call before visiting to determine if you can conduct business over the phone. The following numbers can be used: County Commission at 304-357-0101, Circuit Clerk at Circuit Clerk’s Office 304-357-0440, County Clerk at 304-357-130, Assessor at 304-357-0250, Prosecuting Attorney at 304-357-0300, and Sheriff at 304-357-0200
  3. Check the county website www.Kanawha.us to determine if you can conduct business without visiting the Courthouse in person.
  4. All Elected officials and offices are instructed to allow the public to conduct business via phone, email or mail when at all possible.

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News and Announcements

Holidays Schedule Notice

Christmas Eve – Closed All Day

Spring Clean-up Flyer

All 3 spring clean-ups have been CANCELLED

Department of Fiduciary and Probate

The Office of the Fiduciary Supervisor oversees the administration of estates in Kanawha County. Our mission is to assist the citizens of Kanawha County with the Probate process and to make sure estates are handled properly and in a timely manner.

Department of Purchasing and Receiving

Welcome to the Department of Purchasing and Receiving; here we over see all purchases made for Kanawha County.

Department of Planning and Development

The Planning and Development Department oversees and enforces land use ordinances in the unincorporated areas of Kanawha County. The department issues building permits, oversees the demolition of abandoned structures and houses that contain methlabs.