West Virginia DNR Charleston Office Relocating


Mar 11, 2001
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West Virginia DNR Office Relocating


Charleston offices of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources are in the process of moving from the top three floors of Building 3 at the State Capitol Complex to a location in South Charleston. All state agencies currently housed in Building 3 are being relocated so the nearly 60-year old building can be completely rehabilitated by the Department of Administration during the next few years.

The new address is 324 Fourth Avenue, South Charleston WV 25303. It is situated behind the South Charleston Library. All WVDNR telephone numbers, fax numbers, and e-mail addresses will remain the same.

Moving began June 10 and is expected to be mostly completed by June 15. All services to the public will continue during the move, although customers may experience brief delays the next few days as the offices are relocated.

"During this transition, please continue to call or e-mail DNR as normal, and we will respond as quickly as we can, but we do ask for your understanding as the move is completed," said DNR Director Frank Jezioro. Jezioro said the new location will be convenient and the agency's in-person services will be easily available to the public.

Affected by the move are the Director's offices; the Administration, Law Enforcement, Parks and Recreation, and Wildlife sections; and the Office of Land and Streams. The staff from District 5 Law Enforcement, who have been housed in a Nitro office building for the past few years, also are moving to the South Charleston location.


Hoy Murphy, Public Information Officer (304) 558-2003 ext. 365 hoy.r.murphy@wv.gov
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