Parking tickets can be paid via U.S. Mail at the address on the ticket, or in person by visiting the City’s Finance Office – located in room 115 in the City-County Building, 1500 Chapline Street between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Or online via www.municipalonlinepayments.com/wheelingwv (this is for meter tickets only)
If the citation issued by the officer is through the Wheeling Municipal Court, you may call the court at 304-234-3747, or in person at 1500 Chapline Street, 1st Floor, Room # 115 (Finance Department)
If the citation was issued through the Ohio County Magistrate Court, you may call 304-234-3752, or in person at 26-15th Street.
Wheeling Police test regularly for police officers. Check out wheelingwv.gov/policejobs or call our Human Resources office at 304-234-3694.
Emergency crimes need to be reported by CALLING 9-1-1. Non-Emergencies can be reported by calling the Wheeling Police Department’s Non-Emergency line at 304-234-3661.
Burglar Alarms must be registered only if it is within the City of Wheeling limits by calling Crywolf Services, 855-905-0616 or crywolfservices.com/wheelingwv
Depending on what you need the report for, you can inquire with the Investigations Division at 304-234-3781 or our Records Clerk at 304-234-3761.
The easiest way to obtain a copy of a vehicle crash report is by going online to www.reportbeam.com. On the website, you can enter the crash number provided by the investigating officer, purchase a copy, and print it from home. For questions, please call our records clerk at 304-234-3761.
PROHIBITED: Anything that propels into the air that is combustible or explosive, flammable or audible—including: bottle & sky rockets, roman candles and sky lanterns.
OK/PERMITTED: Sparklers, fountains, party poppers, snaps, smoke devices, and various non-propellant noisemakers.
Failure to obey city ordinance 1535.01 can result in a citation from law enforcement.
Ohio County Magistrate's Office – 26-15th Street. Phone: 304-234-3752. If it is after business hours (8:30 a.m – 4:30 p.m.) and it is an emergency, police may be contacted, who in turn, can contact a Magistrate to attempt to obtain an order.