New Martinsville Police Department

  • Agency: New Martinsville Police Department
  • Address: 193 Main St, New Martinsville, 26155 WV
  • Chief: Tim Cecil (Chief of Police)
Phone: (304)455-9100
Fax: (304)455-9103

New Martinsville Police Department is located at 193 Main St, New Martinsville, 26155 WV. The Chief of Police of the department is Tim Cecil. The New Martinsville Police Department phone number is (304)455-9100.

New Martinsville Police Department News

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News Release from WV DOH Effective immediately, both Northbound lanes at the Proctor Bridge on WV Rt. 2 will be closed for emergency bridge deck repairs. These lanes will remain closed until 6:00 P.M. on Monday, June 29th, 2015. Northbound traffic will be detoured at WV 2 (New Martinsville Bridge) to Ohio Rt. 7 North to Ohio 872/WV 2 Spur (Moundsville Bridge). The Southbound lanes will remain open to traffic. Inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances could change the planned maintenance.

RIP Canine Ryder EOW 5/28/2015

These are some of the cards we received from NMS last week for law enforcement appreciation week. Thanks so much for them!!!!!

Here are some of the cards we received from NMS for law enforcement appreciation week. We are very thankful for each one!!!!

We were overwhelmed with an outpouring of appreciation and thanks for Law Enforcement Appreciation week. Many thanks to everyone for the food, snacks, cards and other items of appreciation.

The West Virginia Division of Highways advises that on Friday April 10th through Wednesday April 15th bridge maintenance crews will be performing maintenance work on the New Martinsville Bridge on ramp. Ramp closures will occur on the WV 2 Northbound on ramp to Ohio SR 7 and lane closures will occur on the WV 2 Southbound fast lane. These closures will occur between the hours of 8 am and 3 pm. Motorists should reduce speed and expect delays in this area. WV 2 Northbound on ramp to Ohio SR 7 motorists are advised to use the WV 2 Southbound on ramp to Ohio SR 7. Inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances could change the project schedule.

I believe everything is back to normal at the Police Department we have phones and radio's back to working order. Thanks to Wetzel County 911 for all their assistance yesterday with handling our calls while we were down.

URGENT!!!!!! As of right now the phone system is down for the City of New Martinsville. If you have an emergency please call 911!!!! Please share this information.

Here is the latest river level prediction, it is scheduled to crest at 25.4 feet late Thursday night or early Friday Morning. Remember it takes 35 feet to put water on Main St.

We urge everyone if you don't have to be out on the roads today, please stay home, the roads are hazardous.

This is the latest flood prediction and it is still well below flood stage. We have received several calls saying they are hearing it will crest at 37 feet, this is not true according to the National Weather Service.

New Martinsville School, Magnolia High School, PC Elementary and PC High School will be dismissing at 2:00 PM today.

Current predicted flood level to crest Thursday evening Still about 10 feet below flood stage.

We are also hearing that Rt. 20 is shut down at the foot of Slim Chance due to flooding.

Portions of Rt. 2 North in Marshall County are shut down due to high water. There are also approximately five spots on Route 2 from the PPG Plant to the Wetzel County line flooding right now.

GOVERNOR TOMBLIN ISSUES STATEWIDE STATE OF PREPAREDNESS Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today issued a statewide "State of Preparedness," mobilizing state resources to help keep West Virginians safe during potential severe weather. "Snow and ice are thawing and melting across the state, heavy rainfall is predicted for many areas, and large amounts of snow could follow," Gov. Tomblin said. "Because this severe weather may affect many people across the state, I have issued a statewide State of Preparedness to mobilize state resources, including the West Virginia National Guard, to address heavy rainfall, potential flooding, high winds and additional winter weather forecasted this week. "As you make preparedness plans, I encourage you to talk to your family about what to do and where to go. Remember to check on the elderly and your neighbors and consider a plan to care for household pets." Gov. Tomblin also noted potential weather may leave neighborhoods without power and other utilities, and service providers are ready to address outages and other issues as they arise. He encouraged residents to think about the items families may need to stay safe for at least forty-eight hours, including food, water, medications, flashlights, batteries and fuel for generators.

Please be careful out there today. Due to the heavy amounts of rain we have experienced several flooding issues throughout the city. There was reported high water on Orchard Dr. and Paducah Dr. we are aware of this. We also received a report of possible flooding basements in the area of Susan St. due to the water. We have been told that there is more water being forced through the sewage system right now than it can handle, but we are aware of this situation as well. We are dealing with these issues as soon as we can, please be patient and we will do everything we can to help out.

Please be careful on the roads right now, this white out have turned the roads from good to very bad in a matter of a few minutes.

Wetzel County Schools will be on a 2 hour delay for Friday Feb 13th.

All Wetzel County Schools will be on a 2 hour delay for 1/27/15

There is an air leak on the train that is currently blocking Rt. 2 and they cant move the train because of the braking system. They are working on the problem now and hope to have it moved ASAP.