ORIGIN: Barboursville was established in 1813. Named after Virginia Gov. James Barbour (1812-1814), the village was the county seat of Cabell County from 1814 until 1887.
POPULATION: 4,185 (according to 2018 Census estimates).
MAYOR: Chris Tatum, 304-736-8994.
VILLAGE COUNCIL MEMBERS: Patrick Wagoner; Ann Stackpole Reed; Donnie Plybon; Joyce Spencer; Larry Poynter. On July 1, Spencer and Poynter, whose terms expired, will be replaced by the newly elected Necia Thompson Freeman and Charles "Charlie" Pennington.
VILLAGE RECORDER: Paula Seay
VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETINGS: First and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Barboursville Community Center, adjacent to Village Hall.
VILLAGE HALL: 721 Central Ave., 304-736-9820.
POLICE: Barboursville Police Department, Daren McNeil, chief; non-emergency, 304-736-8994; or Cabell County 911 Dispatch, 304-526-8585.
FIRE: Barboursville Volunteer Fire Department; non-emergency, 304-736-7420.
AMBULANCE: Cabell County Emergency Medical Services, Gordon Merry III, director; nonemergency, 304-526-9797.
TRASH COLLECTION: Monday through Thursday for residents. Extra hauls on Friday, 304-736-8994.
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Cabell County Schools, 2850 5th Ave., Huntington. 304-528-5000.
AREA IN SQUARE MILES: 9.7.
ZIP CODE: 25504.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: The Transit Authority (bus service), 304-529-7433.
State Senators 5th District: Mike Woelfel (D) Cabell, 304-357-7956; Robert Plymale (D) Wayne, 304-357-7937
House of Delegates: 18th District (includes part of Cabell County), Evan Worrell (R) Cabell, firstname.lastname@example.org; 17th District, Cabell County, Chad Lovejoy (D) 304-340-3280; Matthew Rohrbach (R) 304-340-3221
Assessor: 304-526-8687, Irv Johnson (R)
Circuit Court Judges (6th District): Chris Chiles, 304-526-8612; Alfred E. Ferguson, 304-526-8608; Paul T. Farrell Sr., 304-526-8603; Gregory L. Howard, 304-526-8606.
Clerk of the Circuit Court: 304-526-8622, Jeffrey Hood (D)
Clerk of the County: 304-526-8625, Phyllis Smith
Conservation District Supervisor: Zachary Winters
County Commission: 304-526-8634: Nancy Cartmill (R); Jim Morgan (D); Kelli Sobonya (R)
Family Court Judges: Jara Howard, 304-526-8611; Patricia A. Keller, 304-526-8535; Jason Spears, 304-526-8530.
Magistrates, 304-526-8642: Rondall L. Baumgardner; Dan Ferguson; Daniel M. Goheen; Michael J. McCarthy; Chris Sperry; Danne J. Vance; Mike J. Woelfel; Clerk Paula Holley
Prosecuting Attorney: 304-526-8653, Sean K. Hammers
Sheriff: 304-526-8663, Charles "Chuck" Zerkle
Parks and Recreation Commission: 304-696-5954, www.ghprd.org; Don McCroskey, president; Dr. Rocco Morabito, vice president; Gordon D. Jones, treasurer; William D. Kelley; Paul King; Jill LaFear; Kim Miller; Alan S. Morrison; Sandra Pinson; Randall Rhoades; Stacy Wehrle
Democrat Chair: Nancy Eplin
Republican Chair: T-Anne See
CABELL COUNTY OFFICES
Huntington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau: Tyson Compton, 304-525-7333
Cabell-Huntington Health Dept.: www.cabellhealth.org; 304-523-6483, Dr. Michael Kilkenny Health Officer
County Attorney: Bill Watson
County Manager: Beth Thompson, 304-526-3634
Emergency Services : 304-526-9797, Gordon Merry
911: 304-526-8555, Mike Davis, director
Information and Referral: 304-528-5660
Law Library: 304-526-8611
Public Defender: 304-522-1265
Public Library: 304-528-5700, cabell.lib.wv.us. Judy Rule, Director
Tri-State Transit Authority: 304-529-6094, Paul Davis, Director
Solid Waste Authority: 304-522-4211
WVU Extension Service: 304-743-7131
Advantage Valley Inc.: 3751 Teays Valley Road, Hurricane, W.Va., 304-760-0950, www.advantagevalley.com; serves Cabell, Putnam, Kanawha and Wayne counties in West Virginia, Ashland, Ky., and Lawrence County, Ohio.
Chemical Alliance Zone Inc.: 3200 Kanawha Turnpike, Bldg. 740, Office 4201, PO Box 18410, South Charleston, W.Va., 304-720-1023, www.cazwv.com; serves Cabell, Putnam, Kanawha and Wayne counties in West Virginia.
Huntington Area Development Council (HADCO): 916 5th Ave., Suite 400, Huntington, 304-529-7910, www.hadco.org; serves Cabell and Wayne counties.
Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce: 1108 3rd Ave., Suite 300, Huntington, 304-525-5131, http://www.huntingtonchamber.org; serves Huntington and Cabell and Wayne counties.
West Virginia Economic Development Council: 2001 Quarrier St., Charleston, 304-342-2123, email info@ wvedc.org. Serves state of West Virginia.
Barboursville is located within the Cabell County Schools district, 304-528-5000, www.cabellschools.com. Current Board of Education members: Mary Neely; Rhonda Smalley; Dr. Carole Garrison; Garland "Skip" Parsons; Gordon Ramey II; Ryan Saxe, Superintendent (appointed); Regular meetings: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.
Most students who live in Barboursville attend one of these schools:
ELEMENTARY: Davis Creek Elementary School, 6330 Davis Creek Road, Barboursville, 304-733-3024, dce.cabellschools.com; Martha Elementary School, 3067 Martha Road, Barboursville, 304-733-3027, mes.cabellschools.com; Nichols Elementary School, 3505 Erwin Road, Barboursville, 304-733-3031, nes.cabellschools.com; Village of Barboursville Elementary School, 718 Central Ave., Barboursville, 304-733-3035, vbe.cabellschools.com.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Barboursville Middle School, 1400 Central Ave., Barboursville, 304-733-3003, bms.cabellschools.com.
HIGH SCHOOL: Cabell Midland High School, 2300 U.S. Route 60 East, Ona, 304-743-7400, cmhs.cabellschools.com; Cabell County Career Technology Center, 1035 Norway Ave., Huntington, 304-528-5106, ctc.cabellschools.com.