Greenbrier County

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The Greenbrier County Commission Regular Meetings are scheduled for the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month.  Agendas are posted on the front of the Courthouse.

See the Greenbrier County Courthouse Facebook Page for more information.




Sheriff Jan L. Cahill announces that property taxes can now be paid online with a credit or debit card. 

There will be a processing fee of 2.95% (minimum $2.00) that will be charges in addition to the tax amount. 

This fee is charged by the credit card processor.

Taxes may be paid at these websites:

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If you have any questions to problems, please contact Liz Higginbotham, Chief Tax Deputy, at 304-647-6610.

Beginning October 23, 2013, delinquent real estate taxes must be paid by cashier check, money order, certified check or United States currency. Credit card payments for 2012 real estate taxes will not be accepted, either online, by phone, or in person.






SIGN UP TODAY for the Greenbrier County Alerts Emergency Notification System

Greenbrier Alerts is designed to instantly reach cell phones, landline numbers, email addresses, pagers, and desktop alerts when an urgent county alert needs to be communicated.

In the event of an emergency, a text message, voice call, or email will be sent to the contact information you registered with the system.

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Welcome visitors to the official Greenbrier County, West Virginia website. You will find many useful links, as well as links to all the County departments and boards.


Population by Block

Greenbrier County, West Virginia is home to the following municipalities:

  • Alderson
  • Falling Spring (Renick)
  • Lewisburg (the County Seat)
  • Quinwood
  • Rainelle
  • Ronceverte
  • Rupert
  • White Sulphur Springs
To contact us:
200 Court Street North
Lewisburg WV 24901
Phone: 304.647.6689
Fax: 304.647.6694

Greenbrier County is the second largest county in West Virginia, with 1021 square miles and was created in March of 1778 from portions of Montgomery and Botetourt counties (Virginia) and was named for its primary river. Greenbrier County is considered the "mother county" of southern West Virginia as Boone, Cabell, Jackson, Kanawha, Mason, Monroe, Nicholas, Putnam, Roane, Wayne and Webster counties were created either in part or in whole from the original territory.

The leading industries in the County are coal, timber and agricultrual operations, including livestock, dairy products, hay, grain, poultry and fruit.

Nestled in the Alleghany Mountains, the area offers many recreational opportunities and considers outdoor recreation and tourism one of its most important resources.

Lewisburg is the County Seat and is located in the south central part of the County just northwest of White Sulphur Springs, home of the world renowned Greenbrier Resort and Spa.

The eastern and western portions of the County are linked by Interstate 64. Two of the main highways in the County are historical transportation routes that have been used for hundreds of years. US Route 219 (Seneca Trail) and US Route 60 (Midland Trail) intersect in downtown Lewisburg.

Historically, Greenbrier County has been primarily agricultural, but is experiencing some population growth and significant development, so the issues the County government faces is an ever changing challenge.

View census statistics on Greenbrier County.

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