City of Charleston News

The City of Charleston and Charleston Fire Department (CFD) today celebrated 50 years of Emergency Medical Services in the Capital City with the unveiling of an anniversary ambulance showcasing the original colors of the Charleston Emergency Ambulance Service (CEAS) ambulances, orange and white.
During this evening’s regularly scheduled meeting, Charleston City Council approved “Citizen Appreciation Parking.” This waves hourly parking fees at all metered on-street parking spaces on Saturdays from November 26 – January 1.

Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin today announced this year’s Charleston Christmas Parade theme: A Christmas Movie. Parade applications are now available at and will be accepted until November 21, 2022.

Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin, the Regatta Commission, and the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCVB) today announced the Charleston Sternwheel Regatta received the Mountain State Award during the Stars of the Industry Awards at the Governor’s Conference on Tourism.
Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin today joined local baseball, softball, soccer, and youth sports teams to break ground on the Kanawha City Little League Field, one of 10 fields to be turfed this fall/winter.