Town of Ceredo, WV

700 B Street Ceredo, WV 25507   Phone: 304-453-1041 Hours: 8am - 4pm | Mon.-Fri.

Town Council Meetings are the first Monday of each month at 6:30pm.

Located at Ceredo City Hall

304-453-1588


Monday & Tuesday: 8am - 4pm

Closed for Lunch from 12pm - 1pm


The tax extension office processes Personal Property and Real Estate Taxes.

The Assessor's extension office provides all the services of the main office in Wayne, with the exception of generating supplemental tickets.


PAYMENTS MAY BE MADE BY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER (NO CASH)

Ceredo Municipal Court is held every Tuesday evening at 6:30pm, except for holidays and inclement weather schedules. We currently utilize two Municipal Court Judges. One Judge is used as needed. Both have extensive backgrounds experience in criminal law. Our court division has one part-time court clerk who deals strictly with court related matters.


Mission Statement

​Our mission is to provide a forum for the fair and impartial adjudication of Ceredo Municipal Code violations and West Virginia State Code violations; to resolve these cases rapidly and efficiently in an environment that is safe for all concerned. We will do this in a manner which promotes and upholds the integrity ad independence of the judges, thereby maximizing the community's confidence in the court.


We will become increasingly customer service-oriented, technologically innovative, efficient and creative in all our operations and will strive constantly to maintain a supportive working environment by encouraging teamwork and employee growth.


What We Do

A municipal court is a trial court that deals exclusively with cases involving town ordinance violations. Offenses brought before a municipal court are those that occur within the limits of the municipality. Examples of violations handled in municipal court are: traffic, assault and batery, disorderly conduct, vandalism, loitering, theft, shoplifting, building code and fire code. Characteristics of a municipal court include the following:

  • A sentence to pay monetary forfeitures to the Town is the primary sentence imposed on a guilty defendant. In addition, a municipal judge may require a defendant's participation in a community service or educational program. If a defendant does not pay the forfeiture, a judge may suspend the defendant's driving privileges or put him or her in jail or place him/her on the State Tax OFFSET Program.
  • Municipal court records are public records. This means that with the exception of juvenile cases, the records of all municipal court proceedings are accessible to everyone.
  • All actions of the municipal court are appealable. Both the defendant and the Town's Attorney have the right to appeal the decision of the judge. Appeals are heard at the Circuit Court.

TAMMY WOLFE | UTILITY CLERK

Tammy is responsible for conducting several daily business activities for the Town of Ceredo. As Utility Clerk, she is responsible for maintaining utility customer account files, reviewing and correcting change listings to insure accuracy. As well as the preparation of the B&O Tax Forms, Building Permits, and working with West Virginia American Water to maintain accurate readings for Ceredo’s sewer customers. She greets the public in person or via telephone, responding to questions and requests and referring complex issues to the appropriate person, giving directions and taking messages where appropriate. Works as a cashier receiving utility payments, balancing cash drawer daily. Tammy is also a certified notary.

Lynn Salmons

Court Clerk

Ceredo Water Office

Wayne County Tax & Assessor's Extension Office

Back Row: Oscar S. Adkins, Steve Diamond, Dennis Adkins, Joe Ratcliff

Front Row: Stanley Fink (Recorder), Paul A. Billups (Mayor), Robert Leslie 

LYNN SALMONS | CITY CLERK

As the City Clerk, Lynn is responsible for conducting the daily business activities of the Town. Her duties include the financial management of the Clerk’s office and implementation of town policies. Along with the Mayor, She prepares the Town’s budget, executes any assignments given by the Council, keeps records of Council proceedings and handles correspondence on behalf of the Town. Lynn also has official responsibility for accounting for all receipts and disbursements in regard to the Town funds. She prepares a variety of financial records and is responsible for human resources, payroll and investments.

Ceredo Mayor and Town Council

CEREDO MUNICIPAL COURT FINE CHART

*Fine fees are subject to change without notice

Honorable Greg Jarrell

Municipal Judge

Ceredo Municipal Court