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Morgan County, West Virginia Overview

Morgan County is located in the state of West Virginia. Named after Daniel Morgan, the county was formed in February 9, 1820 and its county seat is Berkeley Springs. The county has a total population of 17,686, as of 2017, with its area spanning 230 square miles (land area being 229 square miles, while water area being 0.5 square miles). The county consists of 4 ZIP codes, with ZIP code 25411 recorded as the one with the largest population. Morgan County borders the following counties: Washington County, Maryland to the north; Berkeley County, West Virginia to the east; Allegany County, Maryland to the northwest; Hampshire County, West Virginia to the southwest, and; Frederick County, Virginia to the southeast.

Morgan County Clerk Information

Office Services:

  • Document Recordings
  • Marriage Licenses and Certifications
  • Birth Certificates
  • Hunting and fishing Licenses
  • Voter Registration
  • Administering of Estates (Probate)
  • County Financing
  • County Payroll
  • Delinquent Land
  • Justification of Surety

Scanned documents and records in the office of the County Clerk may now be viewed online. With the help of the IDX Search, the office of the Clerk has made this possible. The link of the stated site is provided below for you.

Below is the physical address of the County Clerk:

Kimberly Nickles, County Clerk
77 Fairfax Street, Room 102
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Phone: (304)258-8547
Fax: (304)258-8545

Morgan County Circuit Clerk Information

The Circuit Clerk of Morgan County is responsible for recording and maintaining all Circuit and Family Court records concerning the following:

  • Civil Cases
  • Juvenile Cases
  • Divorce Cases
  • Restitution Payments
  • Court Appointment to Criminal Cases
  • Mental Hygiene – on call 7 days a week / 24 hours a day (304-258-1067)
  • Criminal Cases
  • Magistrate Appeals Civil and Criminal Felonies
  • Jury Duty
  • Foreign Support Cases
  • Custody and Child Support Cases
  • Guardianships
  • Adoptions
  • Name Changes
  • Infant Guardianship/Settlement
  • Supreme Court Appeals
  • Forfeiture
  • Civil Appeals

Please do not contact the Circuit Clerk’s Office by phone for information regarding your divorce. No information will be given out. You must come in person with your driver’s license to obtain that information. If you cannot come in person, you must send a notarized letter of authorization including a notarized copy of your driver’s license. No information will be given out over the phone on mental hygiene, guardian and conservatorship, or juvenile cases. You must contact the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for all information on juvenile cases. No civil checks will be processed over the phone. You must come in person and request must be in writing.

Please keep in mind, the Circuit Clerk’s office cannot provide legal advice. They are not licensed attorneys. If you would like to know an attorney in your area that specializes in your type of case, the West Virginia State Bar referral service is available at (304) 558-7991 or on the web at:

Below is the physical address of the Circuit Clerk:

Melanie Shambaugh, Circuit Clerk
77 Fairfax Street, Room 302
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Phone: 304-258-8554
Fax: 304-258-7319
Jury Call In Line: 304-258-7310

Morgan County Assessor Information

The Office of the Morgan County Assessor is charged with appraising the value of all real and personal property owned by individuals and companies within Morgan County. The appraised value is used to calculate the property taxes assessed on each parcel of property.

The duty of the County Assessor under the West Virginia Constitution is to determine the value of real and personal property for the purpose of taxation. The role of the Assessor in the property taxation process is frequently misunderstood. It is often said that the Assessor increased the taxes, but in reality the Assessor’s only role is to fairly determine the true and actual appraised (fair market) value of real and personal property and to place in the proper tax class.

Below is the physical address of the Assessor:

Ronald McIntire, Assessor
77 Fairfax Street, Room 103
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Phone: 304-258-8570
Fax: 304-258-7308

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