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Request for Proposals-2017 Paving


City of Shinnston

Request for Proposals- Paving Bids

The City of Shinnston will be taking proposals for the 2017 Paving Projects. Road Specifications and bid information can be requested; by calling 304-592-2126 for pick up, or email awilson@shinnstonwv.com.

Proposals must be accepted at the City Office, located at 40 Main Street, no later than Friday, September 8, 2017 by 4 pm.

The City of Shinnston reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals. 




Welcome Home! The City of Shinnston is located in the heart of "Mountaineer Country" in North Central West Virginia. With over 2,240 residents, Shinnston combines a proud history, a solid present, and an exciting future and provides a unique quality of life to families and individuals looking for the small town life, with easy access to larger areas.

On our web pages you will find all the information you need to know about our community, its economy, education system, recreation, special events, and local government, as well as other interesting sites about West Virginia. Shinnston is also one of ten award-winning Blueprint Communities in the state of West Virginia and is committed to developing its assets to the fullest of its potential. Our community also plays host to Wind Down Wednesday, Frontier Days, and many other community involvement programs designed to better our area. We invite you to tour our town and enjoy our site.











Mission Statement

The mission of the City of Shinnston is to provide excellent utility, public works, and customer services; to encourage economic development of the City; to ensure public safety; and to foster an atmosphere of community involvement.