Downtown Martinsburg



Effective August 11, 2016, the City of Martinsburg approved Ordinance 2016-22, which amended Section 545.10 “Fireworks: Definition, Sale, Possession and Discharge”.  The Ordinance updates the type of fireworks that may be sold by vendors, per WV State Code.  HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE THE DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL CITY LIMITS REMAINS PROHIBITED DURING ANY TIME OF THE YEAR.


Complaints regarding the discharge of fireworks within the City of Martinsburg city limits should be reported to the Martinsburg Police Department at 304-264-2100.  Violators cited for discharging fireworks within the City shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned not more than thirty (30) days or both.


The City of Martinsburg appreciates your cooperation in this matter.  



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Street Repaving Schedule

The City has just been advised by the contractor that street repaving work will not begin until Monday, April 17, 2017 (weather permitting) in the following areas:
County Parking Lot off of Stephen Street
300 Block of S. Maple Avenue
300 Block of W. John Street
200 Block of S.  Church Street
300 and 400 Blocks of W. King Street
Originally, this work was to begin April 11 thru Friday, 4/14/17.
These areas will be closed to Parking with limited traffic access during the milling and paving of these streets as part of the Church Street Stormwater Project.

The public is notified they should expect delays and travel an alternate route, if possible.  Your cooperation and patience is appreciated.

Any concerns/questions, please contact the Martinsburg Public Works Department at 304-264-2126.


Notice of Increased Parking Meter Fines

Please note that, as of January 1, 2017, fines for failure to pay a parking meter will be increased as follows:


If not paid within 7 days--$25.00

If not paid within 30 days--$50.00

After 60 days of non-payment, violators are subject the issuance of a warrant.

Please note! While the penalty for violation has increased, the meter rates and cost of parking permits have not increased. The City of Martinsburg appreciates your business and citizenship.