Greetings from the Mayor's Office!
Greetings from the mayors office! It's hard to believe the salt trucks were only deployed one time this year! Fortunately, that means fewer pot holes to patch and less wear and tear on equipment.
Though we aren't in the clear just yet, the park is open for the season and there is a full schedule of events and programs for our residents to enjoy! I invite you to stop by the convention and visitors bureau or check out the schedule online at www.discoverbarboursville.com to get up to the minute updates on concerts, children's activities, family programming and much more! Speaking of things to do, the inaugural food, wine, art and music festival, “Vineyard in the Village” will take place at Nancy Cartmill Gardens on Saturday May 13th from 4pm-8pm. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at: www.eventbrite.com. This event will feature wine samplings from around the world, as well as great food, music and art!
Get your tickets today, they are going fast!
Infrastructure improvements continue on Coffman Street, Kuhn Street and Lewis Avenue. Many thanks to the residents for their patience throughout this process. Additionally, if you make your way down Main Street, you may have noticed the progress on the new police headquarters. The process should take about 6 months and we hope to have things operational by summer's end.
As a reminder to residents, if you need an extra trash pickup or notice a problem in your neighborhood, please call us here at city hall. We are here to serve you. As always, we invite you to attend a council meeting, send us an email or contact us via social media. Any other information you may need can be found at www.barboursville.org.
Chris Tatum, Mayor
Mayor: Chris Tatum
721 Central Ave.
PO Box 262,
Barboursville, WV 25504
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