Ward 4 - George E. Ash, Sr.

Councilman George E. Ash, Sr. is serving his current term of July 2015 through June 2019 for the residents of Ward 4.

Councilman George E. Ash, Sr. serves the following groups:

  • Building Enforcement Agency

Ward 4 Boundaries


Beginning at the intersection of the Conrail Railroad main line (railroad main) and a line 1,150 feet due west of the northward extended center line of Elm Street; thence southward along a line being 50 feet west of Brookline Drive to a point 125 feet east of Morgan Drive; thence southward along a line being 125 feet east of Morgan Drive then southward to an intersection with the westernmost point on Heaslett Avenue; thence southwesterly along a line running north of Gullette Lane to a point being 500 feet southwest of the southernmost point of Eastview Place (street); thence leaving such line at a 90° angle northwest to the intersection of the Brooke and Hancock county lines; thence west along said county line, crossing the Ohio River to the West Virginia and Ohio state line, being the western corporate limits; thence southward along said state line to the intersection of the southern corporate limits of the city; thence eastward crossing the Ohio River and northeastward along the southern corporate limits of the city to the intersection of said limits and the Northern Conrail main line (railroad main), point being on Harmon Creek, west of Walnut Street; thence northward and northwestward along said Northern Conrail main line to the point and place of beginning. Comprising Ward 4, City of Weirton, West Virginia, Hancock County voting precinct 16 and Brooke County voting precincts 25 and part of 26.

(1971 Code, § 105.05) (Ordinance 1080, passed October 11, 1994)