CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Department of Administration Cabinet Secretary Mark D. Scott is pleased to announce the upcoming move of the Consolidated Public Retirement Board (CPRB) from its current location on MacCorkle Avenue to its new address in the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) building in Kanawha City. The move comes as the Real Estate Division works to move more agencies into state-owned buildings as part of its initiative to maximize usage of existing state-owned space.
During this move, CPRB will be closed to walk-in customers. However, they will continue to process retirements and hold retirement counseling sessions remotely. Additionally, the CPRB call center, which can be reached at 304-558-3570, will remain operational during this transitional period.
“We’re excited to be moving to our new location, which will allow us to better serve the needs of our customers,” said CPRB Executive Director Jeff Fleck. “The close proximity to PEIA will provide a ‘one stop shop’ for retirement and insurance.”
The agency is planning a ribbon cutting ceremony for June 1, 2023, at which time the new offices will be open to the public. More information will be shared as details are finalized.
The building is located at 601 57th Street, SE, Suite 5, in Charleston.
“We'll be in a more modern building with better parking options for our customers,” Fleck continued. “We look forward to serving those who serve West Virginia even better than before."
The Consolidated Public Retirement Board (CPRB) administers 10 retirement systems for the state of West Virginia. They include:
- Public Employees’ Retirement System
- Teachers’ Retirement System
- State Police Death, Disability, and Retirement System
- State Police Retirement System
- Deputy Sheriff Retirement System
- Judges’ Retirement System
- Emergency Medical Services Retirement System
- Municipal Police Officers & Firefighters Retirement System
- Natural Resources Police Officers Retirement System
- Teachers’ Defined Contribution Retirement System