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Annual Drinking Water Quaity Report 2016
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Audit Report 2013
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your personal property taxes must be paid and your car must be registered in The Town of Pocahontas.
Car decals are due my APRIL 15TH 2016. The cost of the deal is $10 dollars.
33rd Indian run changed from may 7 2016 to June 4th 2016. For more information please call 276-945-9522
The Grand opening of the Pocahontas Exhibition Coal Mine and Mine Safety Day, Presented by the Virginia Department of Mines and Minerals is on April 29, 2016
The deadline for real estate and personal property tax was December 31st. Please call town Town hall if you need a copy of your Tax statement

Town of Pocahontas, VA

Welcome to Town of Pocahontas
Historical Coal Mining Town

Pocahontas is a town in Tazewell County, Virginia, named for the Algonquian Indian woman Pocahontas. The population was 441 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Bluefield, WV-VA micropolitan area which has a population of 107,578. Pocahontas was the location of the start of this region’s coal boom with a spur line that launched the Norfolk and Western Railroad (now Norfolk Southern) into national prominence during the 1880s. The large two-state coal region bears the town’s name. Pocahontas was also the birthplace of jazz pianist Teddy Weatherford.

Pocahontas, Virginia, a different location outside of Tazewell County, was added to Petersburg, Virginia in 1785.


The Town of Pocahontas owns and operates the Pocahontas Exhibition Mine and Museum, a National Historic Landmark and Virginia’s official “coal heritage zone.”  Read more…