The Town of Bath is a small town located in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia and is the County seat of Morgan County.

Known also as its post office name, Berkeley Springs, the town has a long and colorful history.

Named for its wonderful springs and visited by many for its quaint shops, the Town of Bath is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon or a weekend.

Founded in 1776, the town was one of the first established towns within the state of West Virginia.

Early Days of Town of Bath


Our Staff


  • Scott Merki, Mayor and Public Safety Chairman
  • Susan Webster, Recorder and Finance Chairwoman
  • Rebecca MacLeod, Public Works Chairwoman
  • Greg Schene, Ordinance Chairman
  • Mary Lynn Hickey, Grant Chairwoman
  • Elizabeth Skinner, Cemetery Chairwoman
  • Tom Hall, Water Chairman

Office Staff:

  • Sharron Corrick, Town Clerk/Office Manager
  • Breauna Farris, Municipal Court Clerk
  • Kandy Morris, Water Office Manager
  • Carletta Kerns, Water Clerk

Water Plant:

  • Rick Mayhew, Superintendent
  • Brad Duckwall, Distribution Superintendent
  • Jason Powell, Water Operator

Garbage/Street Crew:

  • Rodney Steiner, Superintendent
  • Sam Perea
  • David McCusker
  • Dakota Delbaugh

Police Department:

  • William Carper, Chief
  • Sandra Venuto, Administrator
  • Ron Gardner, Patrolman
  • Charles Hess, Patrolman
  • Jean Cooper, Parking Enforcement Officer


Holiday Office Closures


New Year’s Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

President’s Day

Good Friday (Close at Noon)

Memorial Day

WV Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Veteran’s Day

Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Day

*If any observed day occurs on Saturday, the preceding Friday will be taken. If the holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be taken. *

***On inclement weather days, the office may adjust their hours without notice. Please check our Facebook page for updates. ***