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Wellston Municipal Court Date Announced

The Jackson County Municipal Court has announced it will open its Wellston Municipal Court Division on Friday, Dec. 17 from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. on the second floor of the City Building.

This set time will be for assigned hearings pursuant to notices, as well as any walk-in business for those who would like to deal with outstanding warrant issues, operator’s license or vehicle registration blocks, overdue fines, failures to appear, and the like.

The judge, court administrator, clerk, probation officer, drug court representative, social service officer, and bailiff will all be present.

Online Bill Pay Troubles

We have appreciated your patience during the recent upgrades to the water billing software.

At this time, Online Bill Pay is only available to those customers who have previously set up to pay in this manner. Unfortunately, no new Online Bill Pay Registrations can be accepted at this time. We hope to have this remedied soon.

NOTICE- Public Service Committee to Meet

The Public Service Committee will meet on Thursday, December 9th, at 5 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss amending relevant sections of Chapter 153 of the Wellston Code- more specifically, manufactured homes within the city limits.

This meeting is open to the public and will be held in Council Chambers (2nd floor of the City Building). The Public Service Committee consists of Fred Duby, Roaby Browning, and Mattison Vance.


Did you know the city of Wellston offers Hyper-Reach notifications? Hyper-Reach messages are breaking alerts tailored to your street address, including road closures, boil alerts, etc. All landline phones are registered.

All residents should sign up for email, cell-phone, and/or email alerts through Hyper-Reach. Sign up using the link below to begin receiving Hyper-Reach Alerts!


Know Your City Ward

Here’s a map to show boundaries for voting wards.  Each ward has an elected council person, plus there are three “at large” council positions.  All voting in the city of Wellston occurs at the Jackson-Vinton Community Action Building (the old Central School) at 118 South New York Avenue.  Polls are set up in the gymnasium.city wards