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Village of Beech Bottom


Community Cooperation Growth

The Village of Beech Bottom is a peaceful community we are proud to call home.

We treasure our rich history, cherish our present, and are devoted to cooperating as a community toward future progress & growth.

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Welcome to our website! The Village of Beech Bottom is a warm & welcoming, close-knit community nestled along the Ohio River in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia in Brooke County. Our size gives us the intimacy, privacy, safety, security, and the many other advantages of a small village, while our location allows us quick and convenient access to a number of closely surrounding metropolitan areas. The local government, consisting of the Mayor and Village Council, are committed to preserving and enhancing the general well-being and quality of life of its citizens. They are constantly taking steps toward the betterment of the community by opening up new opportunities, increasing services, creating better communication solutions, and executing various maintenance and improvement projects in the area. Members and visitors of the community appreciate and enjoy the beautiful settings, safe environment, business opportunities, social and family events, and recreational and leisure time activities that are found in the Village of Beech Bottom. This website was designed to improve communication in the Village and to make information about the Village more readily available to area residents, businesses and visitors alike. We encourage you to browse through to get acquainted and to discover what makes our Village such a wonderful and unique place to live, work, play and explore. Whether you are new to the Village, a life-long resident, a neighbor, visitor, or a former resident returning home, we hope that you find the content on this website to be helpful, informative and entertaining. We invite you to come back often and to contact us with any questions or comments you might have.

We would like to thank Josh Parish for the modern photography on our website