The web site in 2019 has named Bethany the Best Town to Live in (for populations from 1000 to 5000) in West Virginia. See the web site for criteria used in the ranking.
2019 Bethany Municipal Election Winners include for Mayor, Shirley Kemp, for Recorder, Cindy Hoffman and for five council seats, Jan Forsty, Helen Moren, Sydma Hatzopoulos, Patrick Sutherland, and Lindsey Tredway.
Concerned about the condition of side-streets in Bethany? Most side streets are owned by the State of West Virginia. Contact them at:
Address: 1 Dot Dr, Moundsville, WV 26041
Phone: (304) 843-4000
Bethany Sanitation/Sewer Service:
While Bethany residents receive bills from the Ohio County Public Service District for water and sewer, the sanitation system is owned and operated by Bethany's government in Bethany. E-mail: bethanysanitationdept@
gmail.com or dial 304 829-4217.
Dates are still available over the next few months for rental of the Bethany Community Center. See details elsewhere on this web site.
Thanks for visiting the Town of Bethany's web site. Bethany is a friendly, welcoming and progressive community in Brooke County, WV. A town of arts/culture, education and history. The Town of Bethany was named by Alexander Campbell back in 1827.
Bethany has a very active Community Center, a privately owned Community Park, a small retail area downtown, and easy access to a variety of nature based activities. And of course, is the location of Bethany College.
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Bethany Town Ordinances.
Click the 2nd PDF to download
the updated Bethany Zoning Map
Click the 3rd PDF for a draft copy of a
2018 Town Comprehensive Plan.