City of Winfield, WV


2014 Holidays
Jan 20th Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Feb 17th President's Day
May 26th Memorial Day
Jun 20th West Virginia Day
Jul 4th Independence Day
Sep 1st Labor Day
Oct 13th Columbus Day
Nov 11th Veterans Day
Nov 27th & 28th Thanksgiving Holiday
Dec 24th & 25th Christmas Holiday
Jan 1st New Year's Day

Welcome to the City of Winfield


Starting Monday, March 3rd 2014
City Hall and the Police Department
will be located at
3426 Winfield Road




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The City of Winfield is located along U.S. Route 817 (formerly Route 35) along the Kanawha River and is the county seat of Putnam County. Winfield is five miles north of the I-64 Teays Valley exit; halfway between the state capitol, Charleston, and West Virginia's second largest city, Huntington.

Winfield became a town on February 21, 1868, and is named after General Winfield Scott, a national hero and leader of the War of 1812, and one-time Whig Party presidential candidate (1852). Upon completion of the 2010 Census, Winfield became a city with a population of 2,301 residents.

We are a thriving community that has experienced rapid growth in the past few years, but has not lost its small town charm or rich history. From the by-gone days of the ferry crossing the Kanawha River, to our newly renovated Winfield bridge, we embrace the future, while still treasuring our past.

There have been many new businesses and housing additions springing up throughout town, with more potential for growth in the future. Although there have been many changes over the years, Winfield remains a family-oriented community where hospitality and friendly faces abound. Our crime rate is one of the lowest in the country and our school system is one of the best in the state.

We invite you to visit Winfield, both on this website and in person. The small city with the rich history by the river that is looking towards the future with great expectations!

Most Recent Meeting Agendas
Sanitary Board
Planning Commission
City Council
Municipal Building Commission
Board of Zoning and Appeals

Businesses misguided over annexations

April, 10th, 2014

Property Sale Auction Notice

February, 25th, 2014

Municipal Court Notice

February, 13th, 2014

Winfield's Lawman earns Gatorade honor

February, 7th, 2014

Municipal Building Commission Meeting Date Change

January, 21st, 2014

2 Arrested in $20,000 embezzlement scheme

December, 18th, 2013

Shop with a cop 2013

December, 16th, 2013

City of Winfield Newsletter

December, 5th, 2013

Keeping your kids safe over the holidays

December, 3rd, 2013

December Planning Commission Meeting Cancelled

November, 25th, 2013

Winfield Police attend program for protecting Winfield children

November, 22nd, 2013

Sister Act

November, 7th, 2013

Winfield team of destiny?

November, 7th, 2013

Town Hall Meeting with Attorney General Patrick Morrisey

November, 5th, 2013

No. 1 Winfield girls on track for repeat

October, 30th, 2013

Winfield boys trip to Huntington

October, 30th, 2013

Winfield girls top Hurricane on penalty kicks

October, 12th, 2013

Winfield High School Homecoming Parade

October, 12th, 2013

Winfield gets back on track, rolls Nitro

October, 11th, 2013

Land Use Public Hearing

October, 7th, 2013

Winfield wins 1-2 showdown

September, 25th, 2013

Wounded Warrior Benefit Event

September, 28th, 2013

Winfield girls run past GW

September, 4th, 2013

Winfield Boys, Girls Net Wins

September, 2nd, 2013

Winfield dominant against Woodrow Wilson

August, 31st, 2013

Winfield School Traffic

August, 22nd, 2013

Latest Police News

December, 18th, 2013