Midfield City Government

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

After the residents of Midfield voted to become a City on Oct. 7, 1953, campaigning to fill the Mayor and Aldermen positions began immediately.

In April of 1954 the first Midfield City Officials were elected. The first Mayor of Midfield was Earl L. Worthington. He served only three months and resigned because his boss made him choose between his paying job (Manager of Auto Movies No. 1) or his position as Mayor (which didn’t pay). After his resignation Bill Waldrop was selected by the City Council to become the Mayor. Floyd Davis replaced Waldrop on the City Council.

IntroductionBibliographyHistory Index
Early History of Jones ValleyEarly History of the Midfield AreaThe Development of the Community of Midfield
How A Community Became a CityMcDonalds and WilkesRutledge Heights & Fairfield Highlands
Midfield City GovernmentMayors and City CouncilsAdministrative Department (Mayor & City Clerk’s Office)
Public Safety DepartmentPublic Works – Part OnePublic Works – Part Two
Midfield LibraryMidfield City SchoolsMidfield Churches
Early Midfield BusinessesMidfield Chamber of CommerceRace Relations in Midfield