Cabell County Commission
|Commissioner Bob Bailey||Commissioner Nancy Cartmill||Commissioner Jim Morgan|
|Welcome to Cabell County
The Cabell County Commission invites you to explore what’s so special about Cabell County. Cabell County sits by the Ohio River on the western edge of West Virginia with nearly 100,000 residents calling it home. The county is home to the country’s largest inland port, excellent education opportunities, two regional hospitals and a number of festivals and events to keep you entertained year round. A full range of public services, affordable housing and a strong economy are known to turn Cabell’s visitors into residents. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a place to settle down, you’ll find what you need in Cabell County. Come meet your new friends in Cabell. With award winning public services, unique attractions and variety of recreational activities, residents and visitors alike feel right at home in Cabell County. Cabell County offers residents an unbeatable quality of life. In 2009 the County’s water was even rated best tasting in the state. Nationwide interest in the area has been building. Barboursville hosted the Eastern United States Youth Soccer tournament which drew 12,000 local visitors. Local restaurant Hillbilly Hotdogs has been featured on the Food Network and television chef Jamie Oliver’s visit to Huntington while filming his food show has spawned a restaurant in downtown Huntington.