Greenbrier County has finished the E911 re-addressing project for all addresses located within the county. All address conversions with the United States Postal Service were completed with the new addresses being distributed to residents during 2015-2016. By now, all residents should have received their change of address notice in the mail from the United States Postal Service or from the 911 Center Addressing Division. Residents were asked to change their address within one year on the release of their address notice. The Postal Service has allowed over an additional two years in many areas to allow residents to make the change. The Postal Service has now begun eliminating all "old " addresses from their system and anyone using an old address for mail, may have mail returned. If you did not receive a "new" address, please call the Greenbrier County 911 Addressing & Mapping Office at (304) 520-4958.
To answer some questions that have been asked pertaining to this change and to clear up any confusion, please note the following:
The 9-1-1 Center appreciates your cooperation in this massive change. By creating these addresses, we can ensure that our citizens receive the full benefit of 9-1-1 services by having emergency response agencies know precisely where help is needed. Lives and property of citizens in our community will be saved.
Greenbrier County Addressing and Mapping
New Addressing Website for Greenbrier County
The following is the NEW link to the addressing website for the public to use for access to the address mapping. This will be the best option for keeping everyone informed regarding addresses as it is searchable, provides multiple layers, and will be updated on a regular basis.
Greenbrier County 911
PO Box 218
Maxwelton, WV 24957
email: [email protected]