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Press Release – Public Meeting on Mobility, Streetscape Study

Click the image below to view the press release for the Public Meeting on Mobility, Streetscape Study on May 9, 2018 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. It will be in the WVNCC B&O Building auditorium.


FY2018 – FY2021 TIP Revision Press Release (April 6, 2018)

Click the image below to view the FY2018 – FY2021 TIP Revision Press Release.

TAC Meeting Memo and Agenda for April 25, 2018

A TAC Meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 at 1:30 pm in the Bel-O-Mar Office Conference Room. The memo and agenda can be accessed by clicking TAC Memo and Agenda for April 25, 2018.

Regional Council Memo and Agenda for April 26, 2018

This quarter’s Regional Council meeting will be held on Thursday, April 26th, 2018 at the Moundsville Country Club, 128 Country Club Road, Moundsville, WV. The meeting will be held at 12:00 noon and lunch will be served to the membership. The memo and agenda can be downloaded by clicking here.




Aging Matters – Spring 2018

Below you will find a link to the latest issue of the Northwestern Agency on Aging’s Newsletter “Matters”.

Highlights are:

  • Transparency in 2020-2025 Dietary Guidlines
  • Opioid Emergency and Older Adults
  • n4A Launches New Resource Center
  • 2018 Governance & Leadership Forum
  • Celebrating Older Americans Month
  • Transportation Options
  • Healthy Aging Summit
  • Care for Older Adults in Rural Settings
  • NANASP and NCOA Conference Information


Spring 2018 Aging Matters

Public Notice – Listing of Highway and Transit Projects

Notice is hereby given that the Bel-O-Mar Regional Council has compiled listings of highway and transit projects in Belmont, Ohio and Marshall Counties which received federal funding during the period of July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. Projects which were funded during this period may not have been completed or started as of June 30, 2017. However, federal action was taken to fund the specified projects. This information, which was provided by the respective state transportation agencies and the local transit authorities, is now available for review at:


or on Facebook at


The information is also available at:

Bel-O-Mar Regional Council
105 Bridge Street Plaza
P.O. Box 2086
Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 242-1800

Written comments regarding the above information should be directed to the Transportation Director, at the above address, and received by September 26, 2017.


The project listing can be viewed by clicking the link below.

FY2017 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

2017 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Plan Update


Click the image above to view or download the Belomar (Region X) Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Plan Update for 2017.

Source Water Protection Plans (SWPP) for Cameron and Pine Grove


The goal of the West Virginia Bureau of Public Health (WVBPH) source water assessment and protection (SWAP) program is to prevent degradation of source waters which may preclude present and future uses of drinking water supplies to provide safe water in sufficient quantity to users. The most efficient way to accomplish this goal is to encourage and oversee source water protection on a local level. Many aspects of source water protection may be best addressed by engaging local stakeholders.

The intent of this document is to describe what municipality has done, is currently doing, and plans to do to protect its source of drinking water. Although this water system treats the water to meet federal and state drinking water standards, conventional treatment does not fully eradicate all potential contaminants, and treatment that goes beyond conventional methods is often very expensive. By completing this plan, the municipality acknowledges that implementing measures to minimize and mitigate contamination can be a relatively economical way to help ensure the safety of the drinking water.


  • Fulfilling the requirement for the public water utilities to complete or update their source water protection plan.
  • Identifying and prioritizing potential threats to the source of drinking water; and establishing strategies to minimize the threats.
  • Planning for emergency response to incidents that compromise the water supply by contamination or depletion, including how the public, state, and local agencies will be informed.
  • Planning for future expansion and development, including establishing secondary sources of water.
  • Ensuring conditions to provide the safest and highest quality drinking water to customers at the lowest possible cost.
  • Providing more opportunities for funding to improve infrastructure, purchase land in the protection area, and other improvements to the intake or source water protection areas.


The following Source Water Protection Plans can be downloaded by clicking the respective links below.

Pine Grove