The Town of Bath has a rich history of more than 250 years as the country’s first spa and notable resort area. Not only does it possess one of the most prominent colonial histories in West Virginia, it is also prominent on the national level.

The Historic Landmark Commission seeks to preserve the historic sites of the Town of Bath

Chairperson: Rotating Member

Secretary: Melissa Schod (Interim)

Treasurer: Ryan Rebant

Members: Zachary Salman, Steve Harmison, Ken Hoagland.

Link to The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties

Map of Historic District

Link to the nomination package for the Town of Bath

Town of Bath
Historic District
2021 Resurvey & Expansion

Webpage to access the individual data sheets (with pictures) for the buildings included in the original survey done in the 2006-2007 timeframe plus the resurvey completed in 2021. 


Ordinance to Amends Chapter 42 Historic Preservation Article II 2022-08-02

Link to Certified Local Government/Historic Landmark Commission website.


Annual Reports:

HLC/Certified Local Government Annual Report – Sept 2023

HLC/Certified Local Government Annual Report – Nov 2022



August 3, 2023 Minutes

January 25, 2024 Agenda

April 20, 2023 Minutes

February 16, 2023 Minutes

January 12, 2023 Minutes

November 17, 2022 Minutes

October 27, 2022 Minutes

September 29, 2022 Minutes

August 10, 2022 Minutes

August 10, 2022 Historic Landmark Commission Agenda