Regional District: Kootenay Boundary
Nicknamed “Mickey Mouse Town” after its unique architectural style of homes in the Upper Warfield area, Warfield was incorporated December 8, 1952. This quaint family-orientated community offers restaurants, shopping, banking and other amenities in the village centre as well as an outdoor community swimming pool and Elementary school.
Bordering the City of Trail to the east and the City of Rossland to the west, the Village of Warfield is a small family focused community with a population of approximately 1700. Surrounded by the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, Warfield is popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
Warfield offers a number of community amenities that support family life. The heart of the community is the Warfield Hall and adjoining Village Square Park. Rarely does a season pass without some type of festivity here for the children, of all ages!
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