Mon Power – First Energy 1-800-686-0022
Water & Sewer
Water and sewer is provided through the City of Grafton. To get new service or change the name of an existing bill, please come to City Hall at 1 West Main Street in downtown Grafton at least three business days before the services is to begin.
People’s Gas 1-800-400-9276
Frontier – 1-877-981-7591
Comcast: (800) 266-2278
Cable & Satellite
Direct TV: (888)663-4611
Dish Network: (888)825-2557
Hughes Net: (888)659-7419
The city offers weekly residential trash services. You can learn when your trash is collected by calling Public Works at (304) 265-1234.
Taylor County Board of Education: 304-265-2497
Voter registration is handled through Taylor County. Check out how to register to vote and election information by calling 304-265-1401.
Grafton Downtown Farmers Market
There is no doubt that the Grafton Farmer’s Market has become a destination on Wednesday afternoons. Stroll through the market for locally grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, and vibrant flowers. Taste the very best farm fresh eggs, delicious baked goods, locally raised beef, pork, poultry, and much more.
Grafton Media Network
Our community television station provides information to educate the citizens of Grafton by providing educational and governmental information.
Dogs need to be on a leash when off your property and they also need to be cleaned up after.
Tygart Lake State Park
Located in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in scenic north central West Virginia, Tygart Lake provides guests with some of the most breathtaking views across the state. This park is a cozy, quiet destination for couples and families. It’s also a perfect destination for group conferences and retreats. Located just four miles south of Grafton, Tygart Lake State Park is known for its 10-mile long, 1,750-acre lake, which offers watersports like boating, water skiing, scuba diving, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and more.
Grafton Dam – Tygart Dam
Tygart Dam was designed in part by architect Paul Philippe Cret and built between 1934 and 1938, as a project sponsored by the Public Works Administration to provide for flood control. It is owned and operated by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The concrete gravity dam has an uncontrolled spillway and measures 1,921 feet long and 209 feet thick at the base. The structure features some Art Deco style decorative elements. Located within the historic area are the Tygart Dam; two dam tender dwellings; two maintenance buildings; comfort, storage and concession building; overlook and parking area; and resource manager’s office.