Did you know the City of Huntington offers a bicycle license program that can provide vital information to help you recover your bike if it’s ever stolen?
The program, which was adopted in the 1970s in accordance with city code, has seen a resurgence because of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health and bike lanes on 4th Avenue.
Bike licenses cost only $1, and owners are asked to provide their bike’s serial number, size, make, model, color and speed. Owners will receive a vintage license plate and a registration card, which verifies they are the bike owner. The information is kept securely at City Hall and will not be distributed to anyone other than the owner.
To get a bicycle license, visit Room 20 at City Hall from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, call (304) 696-5969 or look for bike license sales at bike-related events this spring. Visa, MasterCard and cash are accepted forms of payment.
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