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The City Council has adopted land development regulations and zoning to implement the community vision adopted in the comprehensive plan through the authority granted to West Virginia municipalities by W. Va. Code, § 8A-7-1 et seq. These regulations and process are organized within an urban to rural transect where all the elements of the built environment are organized in useful order. Ranson has adopted a form-based zoning ordinance that encourages the development of compact walkable neighborhoods. The City’s zoning ordinance prioritizes the development’s form over the development’s uses. To incentivize compact walkable development, the Council has adopted an expedited development review process, and consolidated development applications.
The ordinances for the City of Ranson, including the zoning regulations, are codified online and can be accessed through MuniCode online. If you need more information, contact the Community Development Department at 304-724-3895.
The Ranson's Subdivision Ordinance is contained within Chapter 16 of the Ranson Municipal Code. The Ranson's Zoning Ordinance is contained within Chapter 19 and Chapter 19A of the Ranson Municipal Code.
We currently carry maps depicting annexations, zoning, streets, and basic parcel data. You may acquire these in a different variety of sizes, in black or color, at City Hall. If you need a map not included in the list, then contact City Hall for other options at 304-724-3865.
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You have 30 days from the date of the citation to make payment in full. However, if you wish to start a payment plan, please come into the office within 30 days of the citation to set one up. We require 30% down, and you will have 90 days to pay off the remaining balance.
If you wish to schedule a court date, please call 304-725-2411.
From Charles Town: Take Mildred Street, make a right on E. 13th Avenue, proceed to the stop sign and Ranson Police Department is on the left.
From Martinsburg: Take Rt. 9 East to Currie Road, make a right on Currie Road. Make a left onto Rt. 115N (Mildred Street). Proceed approximately two miles and make a left on E. 13th Avenue, proceed to the stop sign and Ranson Police Department is ahead on the left.