(Charleston, W. Va.)Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin today announced the City of Charleston will host five Here to Serve community meetings to provide citizens an opportunity to meet members of the City Team – including representatives from City Departments and City Council Members, ask questions, share ideas, and troubleshoot challenges.

“I am thrilled to bring back the Here to Serve community meetings – an initiative we first started in 2019 to make City government more accessible,” said Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin.  “These meetings provide an opportunity for folks to connect one-on-one with our City Team in their communities – allowing us to better understand the challenges folks may be experiencing, hear ideas firsthand, and talk through proactive solutions.”

 Here to Serve community meetings will take place on the following dates/locations and are open to the public.  All meetings will begin at 6 p.m.


Tuesday, September 19

Kanawha City Community Center | 3511 Venable Ave, Charleston, WV


Thursday, September 28        

Mary C Snow Elementary School Cafeteria | 100 Florida Street, Charleston, WV


Wednesday, October 11

Elizabeth Memorial United Methodist | 108 Oakwood Rd, Charleston, WV


Tuesday, October 24

KCPL Main Library | Main 311C - TGKVF Mtg Rm | 123 Capitol St, Charleston, WV


Wednesday, November 1

Roosevelt Neighborhood Center | 502 Ruffner Ave, Charleston, WV


Anyone who is unable to attend the Here to Serve events may use the online comment form to provide ideas, feedback, and comments to the City of Charleston.