City Hall closed due to COVID-19 concerns

BLUEFIELD, WV (WOAY) – The City of Bluefield closed City Hall due to coronavirus concerns.

The closure is effective immediately and comes after a recent spike in cases in Mercer County.

Those attending city court should see the police officer posted at the door or report to the police department. Any payments to the city should be made online, by phone or left in the drop box.

If your business cannot be handled over the phone, you can make an appointment for an in-person meeting.

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