Pay your Town of Star City utility bill online with a credit card. Please let us know if you have any
questions or concerns.
Enter the amount you wish to pay in the box below (including a decimal point), then click the blue "Submit Payment" box.
Proposed changes to Ordinance 951-Garbage and Refuse are shown Proposed Changes
Utility Customers: if you experience a SEWER BACKUP, please contact our Public Works Department (304-599-2818) immediately so they may do an evaluation of the situation. If it occurs after hours, please contact the MECCA non-emergency number (304-599-6382) and ask to speak to the police officer on duty, who will contact Public Works for you.
Garbage Collection: limit of 4 thirty gallon bags per week, less than thirty pounds per bag,
secured in a can with a lid. Please have garbage out for collection as early in the morning as possible.
Grass clippings are not permitted in the street or in storm drains!
When writing checks to pay utility bills, please print clearly and legibly. We've had several unreadable checks in the past few months, which delays the amount paid being posted to the correct account.
Using a cell phone not equipped as hands-free while driving is a primary offense and you WILL be stopped and cited for it. This includes holding the phone for any reason, including while using speaker phone, or texting. Arrive alive, don't text and drive!
Flag Widget, for info on when flags should be lowered to half-staff
A Glimpse of The Past
The above photo is of the dedication of the original World War II Honor Roll (corner of University Avenue and Congress Avenue)
The Honor Roll was re-done as a brass plaque and placed on the Star City Fire Department building. When the Fire Department moved, the plaque was moved to City Hall. Following the installation of the Veteran's Memorial along the rail trail, the plaque was restored and moved to that location, where it remains today.
This photo was shared by Donna Goodwin. If you have a photo you'd like us to feature, please email!
The Town of Star City was incorporated on May 6,1907. At that time, glass factories flourished along the Monongahela River and the B & O Railroad line. The workers in these factories were the main residents of the town... Read more