Welcome to Lewisburg.
City Hall is the two story yellow brick building with the town clock at 942 Washington Street West downtown near the intersection of Route 219 and Route 60 downtown.
City Hall’s main phone number is 304-645-2080. Mayor Beverly White can be reached at 304-645-3776, extension 116. The Police Emergency phone number is 911. All non-emergency police matters should be directed to 304-645-1626. The Public Works offices are located on Feamster Road at the City Shop. City Hall is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Water accounts may be paid online at webpay.lewisburg-wv.com or in person at City Hall in the accounts receivable office on the second floor.
Please note the following:
If you are performing any type of repair, renovation or alteration to your home or property, you must obtain a City Building Permit. Pick up the application and pay the required fee at City Hall. The application will be reviewed by the Building Inspector, Ray Still. If your property is located within the Historic District you may need to fill out additional forms.
Garbage collection is provided by Greenbrier Valley Solid Waste 304-645-1470.
Sewer services are provided by Greenbrier Public Service District #1 304-645-6632.
Water Services are provided by the City of Lewisburg. A $50 security deposit is required and paid at time of applying for water service. Water statements are due by the 20th of each month. Contact Peggy Bostic, Utility Billing Clerk at 304-645-3776, extension 111 for more information.
The City provides free curbside recycling every other week. Contact Greenworks Recycling at 304-661-7793 for more information.
All businesses in the City must obtain a Business License. Contact City Treasurer Susan Honaker at 304-645-3776, extension 113 to obtain a Business License Application.
The City of Lewisburg has a leash law. Dogs are required to be on a leash when they are not on their own property. Please recognize that dog ownership comes with the responsibility of cleaning up after your pet. Dog waste is a potential health hazard and a nuisance if not picked up. It does not just go away on its own. For the convenience of dog owners, the City has installed several dog poop stations in the city parks and at several locations throughout the city. Dog owners are required to pay a license fee for each dog. Forms are available in the Assessor’s office at the Greenbrier County Courthouse at 200 North Court Street.
Monthly City Council meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 942 Washington Street West and are open to the public. We welcome your attendance and input.