City of Point Pleasant is a municipality for the people of Point Pleasant, WV. This old town is rich in history. Prior to the historic town being charted in 1794, Native Americans called the area Tu-Endie-Wei, interpreted to mean "Mingling of the Waters" or "Where Two Rivers Meet." It's the oldest English town on the banks of the Ohio River.
On October 10, 1774, the first battle of the American Revolutionary War was fought on these grounds. The Tu-Endie-Wei State Park commemorates the "First Battle." It's located on the northeast point of land, where the Kanawha River meets the Ohio.
Today, this region steeped in history offers a small river town atmosphere complete with a pleasant and comfortable quality of life. Both residents and visitors enjoy the scenic beauty and rich traditions of Point Pleasant.