About Us

Our 75th anniversary is an open invitation to anyone that has ties to our Town. Maybe you were raised here and moved away, maybe you attended school at Norwood, maybe you were a member of our fire department, maybe this is where your family roots are but you’ve never visited, maybe you came here in your youth to play on Saint Bridget’s and McNickle Field, maybe you spent summers here with family as a youngster or better yet you’ve never been here or ever even heard of us. Please stop by for a short visit between July 1st-3rd 2022 or make plans to stay the entire weekend. Please follow us on Facebook by searching Stonewood 75 for the latest updates and itinerary plans for each day.

Stonewood 75

This July, the City of Stonewood will be celebrating its 75th anniversary with a city-wide event that will be fun for the entire family. Stonewood 75 will be held July 1-3, 2022 and will benefit Stonewood’s First Responders. Activities will include:

  • Vendor Village – (Crafts from local vendors)
  • Food Trucks – (Local food trucks and vendors)
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Fireworks
  • Inflatable Games
  • Fireman’s Parade
  • Visit by Batman and Wonder Woman
  • Park Dedication
  • Family Movie Night
  • Paw Patrol Characters
  • Ecumenical Church Service
  • Community Potluck Hosted by Local Churches
  • And Other Activities

For more information, please visit our Facebook Group at Stonewood 75 or email us at Stonewood75@cityofstonewood.com. We look forward to seeing you this July!!

75th Anniversary Sponsors

If you would like to contribute to the 75th Anniversary, please click on the “Sponsor Opportunity” link and fill out the sponsorship packet and return to City Hall, 8052 Southern Avenue, Stonewood, WV 26301, no later than April 15th, 2022.

Become a Sponsor

There are many opportunities to help support the 75th Anniversary whether you want to become a sponsor, a vendor during the event or simply donate. Please click the link and fill out the respective form. All forms are due back by April 15th, 2022. If you should have any questions, please contact city hall. Donations can be made out to City of Stonewood and note on the memo line Stonewood 75th

City Council

Our City Council members come to us with a variety of backgrounds, but they have come together for a common goal, working together for a better community.

Austin Lynch

Austin is our newest councilperson being elected in 2021. In addition to his role on City Council, Austin is a hospice chaplain and a pastor at Congregational Missionary Church in Stonewood.

Jim Nutter

Jim has been inducted into the WV Municipal League Hall of Fame for serving more than 30 years in a municipal position. He has served in various capacities throughout his career on council and as Mayor. His many years of experience and knowledge coupled with his eagerness to help have been a great asset to the city.

Kim Nicholson

Kim has served on city council since 2019. She has been a physical therapist assistant for 20 years most notably serving with Amedisys Home Health since 2008. Kim’s number one priority is the health and care of her patients. Kim is a valuable part of the Stonewood Volunteer Fire Department working on the business side and serving as the treasurer.

Mike Hyman

Mike has served on city council since 2019 is a certified professional surveyor in the state of West Virginia and serves as the representative of Stonewood for Region VI council. Mike provides valuable insight on infrastructure related projects and equipment.

Patrick Marozzi

Patrick has served on city council since 2019. Patrick is the Regional Sales Manager at Advantage Technology and has been with the company since May of 2017. He is also the President of the Harrison County Pony League providing baseball and softball opportunities to our county and surrounding areas.

Danny Phares

Danny served on council from 2015 to 2019. He was then appointed as Recorder in 2019 and has since served in that capacity. He works with Frontier Communications and has been with the company since 2006. He is a representative on the Harrison County Economic Development Authority.