Pictured is the Grave Creek Mound an Adena Indian burial mound constructed more than 2000 years ago

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Moundsville is a small town nestled in the northern panhandle of scenic West Virginia. Moundsville is a growing family based community rich in heritage and history. Deriving its name from the many Adena Indian burial mounds constructed more than 2000 years ago. Moundsville is home to the largest conical burial mound in North America. Moundsville is not only a land of sacred pasts, but of promising futures. Moundsville, WV is a melting pot of fine education, a strong blue-collar workforce, bountiful heritage and beautiful landscapes.

 

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2014 Comprehensive Plan Draft

Cover Page and Table of Contents

Chapter 1- Introduction

Chapter 2- Community Overview

Chapter 3- Needs Assessment

Chapter 4- Action Plan

Appendices

GrandVue Park

Moundsville Municipal Code

Moundsville Water Rates

MEDC WV Pen Tours

Marshall County Courthouse

Secretary of State

WV State Code

WV Legislature

 

 

 

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Website background created with Replica of Late Adena tablet on display in Delf Norona Museum
Courtesy:  Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex
 
Website last updated 04-17-2014

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