Town Spring of Hedgesville
The Town of Hedgesville is located at the site of a natural limestone spring which had been an Indian meeting place before the European settlers came into the region in the early 1700’s. The spring was a determining factor leading to the settlement of the area. The Town grew out of a trading village known as Skinners Gap in North Mountain. A charter in 1870 gave the Town Council control of the area and adjacent land. The water temperature of the spring is a constant 57 degrees and has never been affected by drought. Legend has it that whoever drinks from the spring will always return.
Hedgesville is a National Register Historic District
175th Anniversary Celebration of Hedgesville, WV, October 9 th, 2010
The Hedgesville Town Council has one vacancy on the Regular Town Council. Applicants must be a Town resident for at least sixty (60) days and eligible to vote. The Hedgesville Town Council has one vacancy on the Planning Commission. Applicants must be a three (3) year resident of the Town of Hedgesville and eligible to … Continue reading Town Council and Planning Commission Member Seat VacancySee All News...
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DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER Regular Council Meeting POSTPONED TO TUESDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2018, 7:30PM
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