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Looking to get in contact with someone local? Check out the tabs below for Wood County information and information regarding each individual city. More information on Wood County demographics, education, recreation and more can be found on our Wood County page under the ABOUT tab!

Wood County is a county in the U.S. State of West Virginia, located in the northern part of the state along the Ohio River. The county population is approximately 84,203 (2018) making it the fifth most populous county. The county is located in the Mid-Ohio Valley which has an approximate population of 199,451 (2013) and includes 8 counties.

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Administrator’s Office
(304) 424-1984


Wood County Commissioners
Bob Tebay
Jimmy Columbo
David Blair Couch

Parkersburg is the third largest city in the State of West Virginia, home to almost 30,000 residents, . Parkersburg is committed to providing residents and businesses with the best quality of life. This includes giving people readily accessible information on city services, operations, events and points of interests.

Mayor Tom Joyce
City of Parkersburg
1 Government Square
Parkersburg, WV 26101
(304) 424-8400

Vienna is a city in Wood County, West Virginia, along the Ohio River next to Parkersburg. With a population of about 10,000, it is the third largest city by population in the Parkersburg–Vienna–Marietta OH metropolitan area. Vienna is an important hub of commerce in the Mid-Ohio Valley — home to retail stores, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, manufacturing facilities and much more.

Mayor Randall C. Rapp
(304) 295-4541


Williamstown is a city in Wood County, West Virginia, along the Ohio River. It is part of the Parkersburg–Marietta–Vienna, WV–OH Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,996 at the 2000 census.

Mayor Paul Jordan
(304) 375-7761
100 West Fifth St
Williamstown, WV 26187


There are plenty of state resources available as well, check out the tabs below for more information!

Visit the State of West Virginia’s website or reference the contacts below.

Office of the Governor
1900 Kanawha Blvd., East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-2000

Office of the Attorney General
Capitol Complex, Bldg 1, Rm E-26
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-2021


State Auditor’s Office
Capitol Complex, Bldg 1, Rm W-100
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-2251

Department of                  Environmental Protection
601-57th Street, SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: (304) 926-0440

Department of Health and Human Resources
One Davis Square
Suite 100, East
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 558-0684

Division of Natural Resources
324 4th Avenue
South Charleston, WV 25303
Phone: (304) 558-2754

Secretary of State
Bldg. 1, Suite 157-K
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-6000

Division of Tourism
Bldg 3, Ste 100, State Capitol Complex
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-2200

State Treasurer
Capitol Complex, Bldg 1, Ste E-145
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-5000

Department of Transportation
Building 5, Room A-109
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: (304) 558-0444

The West Virginia Development Office (WVDO) team works to improve the quality of life for all West Virginians by strengthening our communities and expanding the state’s economy to increase the quantity and quality of jobs.

WVDO’s mission is achieved through a concerted effort by the various divisions within the Department. The West Virginia Development Office has five primary divisions:

TechConnect WV  is a non-profit coalition committed to the advancement of the innovation economy in West Virginia, focused on four technology sectors: advanced energy, chemicals and advanced materials, biosciences, and biometrics. With broad representation from private industry, the public sector, and higher education, TechConnectWV seeks to diversify the state’s economy, promote economic prosperity and create high-paying jobs.


The West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Centers were created in 2005 by the West Virginia Legislature to empower communities to plan and implement brownfields redevelopment projects.  The two Centers promote economic development and environmental and public health protection through innovative redevelopment of brownfield sites.  The Centers also promote and coordinate the development of brownfield property by providing training and technical assistance, facilitating site preparation efforts, engaging community involvement, as well as by helping communities with grant writing and leveraging project funding.


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