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Parkersburg Election 2020

PARKERSBURG ELECTION 2020

For Mayor and City Council

Registration dates, January 13th – 25th

Open on January 25th 9:00 a.m. – noon.

City Clerk’s Office, 2nd floor, Municipal Building

304-424-8442

FEE for Mayor, $800.00, cash or check, please

FEE for City Council $10.00, cash or check, please

Primary election date, Tuesday, May 12, 2020

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RESIDENT ALERT SIGN-UP

Get information when you need it and how you want it, visit www.woodcounty911.com to register for Wood County Emergency Alert Program, an Emergency Alert & Notification System which allows subscribers to receive alerts and information pertaining to police, fire, severe weather, health and safety. Registration is simple and you pick the delivery method: text, email or phone call. Register today to receive alerts & notifications.  You can Click HERE for detailed instructions.

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POINT PARK MARKETPLACE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NOW AVAILABLE

The City of Parkersburg is soliciting proposals from qualified for profit or not-for-profit organizations to lease the City-owned property locate at 113 Ann Street.

Click  HERE for Full details.

Click HERE for a copy of RFP.

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Employment Opportunity – Substitute School Crossing Guard

The City of Parkersburg is currently hiring for the position of Substitute Crossing Guard.

Job Description:  Substitute School Crossing Guard – Job Posting

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NOTICE OF CORRECTION

Please see the attachment NOTICE OF CORRECTION RE: Bobby Lee Schrader

NOTICE OF CORRECTION:  City of Parkersburg – Media Correction 07-09-19

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Public Safety Announcement from the Parkersburg Police Department

We at the Parkersburg Police Department would like to alert the public that we are currently investigating numerous bomb threats being delivered via email to area businesses. Though we must investigate each as though they are a credible threat, we believe this to be part of a larger incident that is happening across the nation today where bomb threats have been delivered via email to businesses and local government offices in Colorado, New Jersey, Ohio and various other states across the United States. Our investigators have analyzed the email and believe it to be a phishing scam often originating outside the United States in which the sender is attempting to induce panic and obtain funds from the threatened business. We will coordinate with our Federal Law Enforcement partners to expand the investigation until it is determined who the person or person(s) involved are.

December 13, 2018

Parkersburg Police Website Link for reporting anonymous tips:

http://pkbpolice.com/public-safety-announcement/

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ADA Splash Park in City Park

Construction to Begin on ADA Splash Park

The City of Parkersburg is pleased to announce that Hunt Valley Contractors has been given a

notice to proceed to construct a new 10,000 sq. ft. handicap accessible splash park at the City

Park Pool.  Construction is slated to begin in September with a project completion date of May

2019.  The new facility will replace an underutilized basketball court next to the pool and

significantly enhance the amount of social and play offerings available at the City Park Pool.

To mark the occasion, this City will host a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, September 4

at 3 p.m. at the City Park Pool.  Officials will also be announcing planned improvements for the

pool area.  Light refreshments will be available immediately following remarks and local

residents are encouraged to attend.

To ensure the new facility appeals to a variety of users, three different play zones will be

constructed.  They include a Tot Zone, Family Zone and Dynamic Zone.  The Tot Zone will have

several low to the ground, but colorful water features that create soft water formations.  This

zone will be located in the northwest corner of the splash pad.  The next largest zone is

the Family Zone.  The family zone is suitable for all age groups, including those adults still young at

heart.  Water features will include two palm trees, water way and an AquaGather Station.  The

AquaGather Station is particularly unique in that it will allows users of all abilities to have

complete control over the water flow—where it goes and how fast or slow it flows.  The main

attraction, will be a new, ultra-modern playground in the Dynamic Zone called the HydroHub2.

The HydroHub2 combines raised platforms with interactive experiences to deliver a unique

water play experience. Linked by a bridge and tunnel, kids can navigate the structure while

dodging or being doused with overhead water effects. Equally fun will be two nearby towering

water features, one of which is called the FlashFlood.  The FlashFlood is a 17-foot tall structure

that unleashes a torrent of water on people gathered below.

Hunt Valley is a family owned and operated business located in Owing Mills, Maryland.  The

company employs 49 people and has a general contractor’s license in West Virginia.  Hunt

Valley has more than 37 years of construction experience and 10 years of experience installing

Landscape Structures equipment across Maryland, D.C., Virginia and West Virginia, and is proud

to bring the City’s new splash park to fruition.

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