Office of the Mayor

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   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:    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


Happy Easter!

Progress continues!


Chris Tatum, Mayor

Mayor: Chris Tatum


721 Central Ave.

PO Box 262,

Barboursville, WV 25504

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