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List of cities in West Virginia

List of cities in West Virginia, arranged in alphabetical order.

Map of USA & West Virginia
West Virginia State Capitol
Morgantown

List by population

     County seat
     State capital and county seat

2014 Rank City 2014 Estimate[1] 2010 Census[2] Change County
1 Charleston †† 50,404 51,400 −1.94% Kanawha
2 Huntington 48,807 49,138 −0.67% Cabell
3 Morgantown 31,073 29,660 +4.76% Monongalia
4 Parkersburg 30,981 31,492 −1.62% Wood
5 Wheeling 27,790 28,486 −2.44% Ohio
6 Weirton 19,362 19,746 −1.94% Hancock
7 Fairmont 18,740 18,704 +0.19% Marion
8 Martinsburg 17,743 17,227 +3.00% Berkeley
9 Beckley 17,238 17,614 −2.13% Raleigh
10 Clarksburg 16,242 16,578 −2.03% Harrison
11 South Charleston 13,214 13,450 −1.75% Kanawha
12 St. Albans 10,835 11,044 −1.89% Kanawha
13 Vienna 10,562 10,749 −1.74% Wood
14 Bluefield 10,448 10,447 +0.01% Mercer
15 Moundsville 8,891 9,318 −4.58% Marshall
16 Bridgeport 8,358 8,149 +2.56% Harrison
17 Oak Hill 8,175 7,730 +5.76% Fayette
18 Dunbar 7,749 7,907 −2.00% Kanawha
19 Elkins 7,286 7,094 +2.71% Randolph
20 Nitro 6,837 7,178 −4.75% Kanawha
21 Hurricane 6,396 6,284 +1.78% Putnam
22 Princeton 6,359 6,432 −1.13% Mercer
23 Charles Town 5,706 5,259 +8.50% Jefferson
24 Buckhannon 5,679 5,639 +0.71% Upshur
25 Keyser 5,264 5,439 −3.22% Mineral
26 New Martinsville 5,254 5,366 −2.09% Wetzel
27 Grafton 5,199 5,164 +0.68% Taylor
28 Ranson 4,830 4,440 +8.78% Jefferson
29 Point Pleasant 4,284 4,350 −1.52% Mason
30 Westover 4,173 3,983 +4.77% Monongalia
31 Weston 4,079 4,110 −0.75% Lewis
32 Lewisburg 3,939 3,830 +2.85% Greenbrier
33 Ravenswood 3,834 3,876 −1.08% Jackson
34 Summersville 3,513 3,572 −1.65% Nicholas
35 Ripley 3,242 3,252 −0.31% Jackson
36 Philippi 3,233 2,966 +9.00% Barbour
37 Pleasant Valley 3,185 3,149 +1.14% Marion
38 Kenova 3,096 3,216 −3.73% Wayne
39 Williamson 3,051 3,191 −4.39% Mingo
40 Madison 2,968 3,076 −3.51% Boone
41 Kingwood 2,956 2,939 +0.58% Preston
42 Williamstown 2,936 2,908 +0.96% Wood
43 Follansbee 2,911 2,986 −2.51% Brooke
44 Wellsburg 2,725 2,805 −2.85% Brooke
45 Hinton 2,556 2,676 −4.48% Summers
46 Paden City 2,540 2,633 −3.53% Wetzel
47 Granville 2,529 781 +223.82% Monongalia
48 Chester 2,527 2,585 −2.24% Hancock
49 Petersburg 2,451 2,467 −0.65% Grant
50 White Sulphur Springs 2,441 2,444 −0.12% Greenbrier
51 Spencer 2,234 2,322 −3.79% Roane
52 Shinnston 2,178 2,201 −1.04% Harrison
53 Welch 2,154 2,406 −10.47% McDowell
54 Mannington 2,072 2,063 +0.44% Marion
55 Richwood 2,001 2,051 −2.44% Nicholas
56 McMechen 1,866 1,926 −3.12% Marshall
57 St. Marys 1,860 1,860 0.00% Pleasants
58 Romney 1,788 1,848 −3.25% Hampshire
59 Stonewood 1,772 1,806 −1.88% Harrison
60 Ronceverte 1,753 1,765 −0.68% Greenbrier
61 Logan 1,682 1,779 −5.45% Logan
62 Montgomery 1,607 1,638 −1.89% Fayette
63 Salem 1,557 1,586 −1.83% Harrison
64 Mullens 1,494 1,559 −4.17% Wyoming
65 Glen Dale 1,483 1,526 −2.82% Marshall
66 Marmet 1,469 1,503 −2.26% Kanawha
67 Parsons 1,427 1,485 −3.91% Tucker
68 Ansted 1,398 1,404 −0.43% Fayette
69 Ceredo 1,395 1,450 −3.79% Wayne
70 Mabscott 1,388 1,408 −1.42% Raleigh
71 Wayne 1,385 1,413 −1.98% Wayne
72 Benwood 1,378 1,420 −2.96% Marshall
73 Sistersville 1,375 1,396 −1.50% Tyler
74 Mount Hope 1,370 1,414 −3.11% Fayette
75 Pennsboro 1,085 1,171 −7.34% Ritchie
76 New Cumberland 1,076 1,103 −2.45% Hancock
77 Cameron 915 946 −3.28% Marshall
78 Thomas 564 586 −3.75% Tucker
79 Belmont 903 903 0.00% Pleasants
80 War 793 862 −8.00% McDowell

See also

References

  1. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2014".  
  2. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2.  


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