City of Martinsburg


  • COVID-19 Information Updated 5/29/2020 CITY HALL REMAINS CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL JUNE 15

    COVID-19 Information Updated 5/29/2020 CITY HALL REMAINS CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL JUNE 15

    As the Pandemic continues, the City of Martinsburg is advising that City Hall and all other City facilities will remain closed to the public through June 14, 2020.  The City will continue to monitor the Pandemic to consider reopening City Hall and returning to a normal operating schedule on Monday, June 15, 2020.  News Media and the public will be notified on Friday, June 12, 2020 of further actions.

    The City of Martinsburg still request our citizens and businesses to continue to use the on-line services for utility bill payments and/or use the City Hall drop box located in the Lobby area on the first floor.   As a courtesy to our local businesses, parking in downtown Martinsburg will remain “free to the public” until July 1, 2020.

    The City of Martinsburg offers online services including:  employment applications, Planning Department applications, City meeting agendas, etc. as well as on-line bill payments.  For the safety of the public and City staff, we strongly encourage you to use these on-line services.

    The City would like to express appreciation of the public cooperation during this on-going crisis.


    EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, March 19, 2020 at midnight:

    City of Martinsburg City Hall and all City Departmental Facilities are CLOSED to the public until further notice. If it is deemed necessary or urgent to meet with a specific department or staff member in person, you are requested to schedule an appointment.

    Link to the  Department Directory should the need arise to make contact.

    The City of Martinsburg Fire Department continues to provide 24/7 service, however, members of the Fire Department will meet with the public by appointment only or in emergency situations. Non-essential services, such as public education, car seat installation, etc., have been suspended.

    The City of Martinsburg Police Department will continue to provide 24/7 response to citizen calls for Police Service. Citizen walk-ins with non-emergency records requests will be handled on an appointment only basis.

    The City of Martinsburg has prepared the below press release to help our citizens and businesses stay up to date on how the City is responding to COVID-19 in terms of operations.

    Operations Updates in Consideration of Coronavirus/COVID-19 Press Release Updated 3/19/20

    The City of Martinsburg Fire Department has prepared the below Community Information Guide to Understanding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

    MFD Coronavirus Community Guide