Mayor Donald Baker
Donald Baker has been Mayor of Clintwood, VA since 1988. His favorite things about Clintwood are its sense of community, its parks, music heritage, and of course, the beautiful mountain views!
Vice Mayor Ron Kendrick
Ron Kendrick joined the Town Council as Vice Mayor in 2000. He is a lifelong town resident and is also a member of the Clintwood Rescue Squad. Ron is currently employed by the Virginia Office of Emergency Services as an investigator/inspector. The Clintwood United Methodist Church is where Ron worships with his wife. They have two sons.
Jeremy Fleming has been on the Town Council since 2014. He grew up not far outside of Clintwood and graduated from Clintwood High School. He's currently a UVA College at Wise campus police officer but has previously worked for the Dickenson County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Corrections. Jeremy is married and has one daughter.
Doris Rife has been serving on the Town Council since 2012. In addition to her work on the Town Council, she serves on the Clintwood Planning Commission, Mountain Empire Foundation board of directors, Family Crisis board of directors and she chairs the Aims Scholarship for Mountain Empire Community College students in Dickenson County. Doris is also a member of the Dickenson County Fair Committee, Clintwood Lions Club and the Theta Theta Sorority. A graduate of Ervinton High School, she has received a resolution from the town for her work as a volunteer. Doris and her husband, Donnie, live in Clintwood.
Danny Lambert is a lifelong resident of Clintwood and has served on the Town Council since 1996. Danny has been a local entrepreneur and also worked for the Virginia Department of Taxation before retiring in 2014. He's most proud of Clintwood's cleanliness and dedicated employees. Danny is married, has one daughter, and is a member of the Clintwood Baptist Church.
Talbert Bolling has had the pleasure of serving on the Town Council since 2008. He's a graduate of Clintwood High School and former member of the Clintwood Volunteer Fire Department. Currently, Talbert is a member of the Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority and also serves as the Training Sergeant at a state prison. He's married and has two daughters.