Nicknamed “Mickey Mouse Town” after its unique architectural style of homes in the Upper Warfield area, Warfield was incorporated December 8, 1952. Located west of Trail and north of Rossland on Highway 3B, Warfield  has a  population of 1,695 (though the total population of the Lower Columbia (including Fruitvale, Montrose, Trail, Warfield, Rossland and Regional District Kootenay Boundary Areas A and B totals 19,220). 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.

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Located west of Trail and north of Rossland, the Village of Warfield was incorporated December 8, 1952. This quaint family-orientated community offers a number of amenities including an elementary school, community hall, swimming pool, village square, and several parks. The village is readily identified by the unique style of homes in Upper Warfield, with their bright colors, sharp peaked roofs, and small windows and doors – the architecture that earned the nickname of “Mickey Mouse Town”.

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