A message from the State Treasurer regarding Coronavirus:
As your State Treasurer, I want to assure you that my staff and I, along with our asset managers and key advisors, continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19, its impact on our state, and its impact on the financial markets.
We are taking proactive steps to address both business and health concerns for employees, the public and our business partners.
The State Treasurer’s Office is committed to maintaining a safe workplace and encourages commonsense practices to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases in the workplace.
In the event of a public health emergency, our office maintains a robust Business Continuity Plan to mitigate any disruption in services and ensure the office’s Banking Services, Board of Treasury Investments, SMART529 Educational Savings Plan, Prepaid College Tuition Trust Fund, West Virginia Retirement Plus program, WVABLE and Unclaimed Property remain operational.
Our investment funds are managed by some of the top investment professionals in the world, and we remain in contact with these firms to continually monitor changes and address risks to investment portfolios, plan participants and contract holders.
Please feel free to contact my office at (304) 558-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
West Virginia State Treasurer
Our mission is to continue to serve the citizens of this state in the best and safest way possible. As a result of the latest information and expert recommendations, Treasurer Perdue has decided to take several steps to reduce the risks to staff and mitigate the spread of the virus to the public.
Until further notice the STO will adhere to the following guidelines:
- No walk-in visitors, except for deliveries. Our Check Processing Center will still be open for inter-agency deposits, payment distributions and deliveries.
Call our office to get your questions answered or to schedule an appointment! We are available 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 304-558-5000. Or email us at email@example.com.
- Reschedule in-person meetings.
- Limit inside-office gatherings to 10 people or less.
- Ask employees to monitor health and report concerns.
- Increase cleanings and frequently disinfect workspace and common areas.
Other helpful links regarding COVID-19
A 24-hour toll-free hotline is currently available through DHHR’s Bureau for Public Health the West Virginia Poison Center to provide information about COVID-19.
Additional updates from the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office will be available on this website and on our Facebook