We are no longer hanging door hangers for disconnects. You are instead receiving telephone calls to the number you listed on file. The City will still mail out the termination letter that we normally mail. Please keep in mind after you receive your telephone call, you have 24 hours to pay to avoid disconnection. Please call City Hall if you have any questions.
Please call City Hall and update your phone number and new 911 address with City Hall.
We have new bills that went out last month. We no longer send out the green/blue/etc... small cards, The bills are now letter sized and mailed in a white envelope that has from the City of Ronceverte. If you do not receive your bill by the end of the first week in the month, please call City Hall @ 304-647-5455 to get a copy of your bill.
Recycling Bags are available at City Hall at no charge. Recycling will be picked up on the 1st & Third Monday. Please have items bagged seperately and out to the curb by 7:30 am.
If you have bigger items you want picked up, Please call City Hall. We do special trash pickup every Second Monday of the month.
ACH is available for utility billing. Stop by City Hall for details. You will still receive a bill. Your payment will be debited on or near the 15th of the month.
Credit Card Payments
Credit Card payments can be made for Utility Payments and Citations or Bonds. Use the link below to make payment or call or stop by City Hall to make payment.
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Settled circa 1775, Ronceverte, a French word meaning "Greenbrier," was incorporated in 1882. Situated on the gently flowing Greenbrier River, Ronceverte's importance in the growth of Greenbrier County is extraordinary. The commerce and transportation center for the county from the 1870's until the middle half of the 20th century, Ronceverte was home to the largest hardwood producing sawmill in the world from 1880 until 1921. Ronceverte boasts over 51 firsts for the town including the first area hospital, power plant, fire engine, district schools, just to name a few. Ronceverte's historic railroad and lumber heritage is highlighted in the stately 1915 Craftsman Style Train Depot in the heart of town and with Mullican Flooring situated on the original site of the St. Lawrence Boom and Manufacturing Company. Today Ronceverte provides a unique bedroom community, accentuated by friendly people, a quaint historic district, affordable housing, and abundant business opportunities. With the largest municipal park in the county, and access for hiking and biking trails, and river access for canoeing, fishing and boating, Ronceverte offers many opportunities for visitors and welcomes new comers to the Greenbrier Valley.