In 2014, the BAD Buildings Program began working with communities in Fairmont, Kenova, Point Pleasant, Ronceverte, Shinnston, Middleway, Wheeling, and Weston.
In 2015, the program worked with communities in Moundsville, Parsons, Hamlin, Thomas, Whitesville, Terra Alta, Glenville, Charleston, and Morgantown.
In 2016 and 2017, BAD Buildings Program was able to expand through the Property Rescue Initiative to Davis, Ravenswood, St Albans, and Bath.
In 2018, the list of BAD Buildings Communities included Bath, Charleston, Danville, Davis, Fairmont, McMechen, Moundsville, Parsons, Piedmont, Shinnston, St. Albans, Thomas, West Liberty, Weston, Whitesville.
In 2019, New Martinsville, Ripley, Sistersville, and Hinton formed BAD Buildings Teams. Those three along with Boone County (which integrates Danville and Whitseville), Piedmont, McMechen, Berkeley Springs, and West Liberty formed the 8 active BAD Buildings Communities of 2019. During the year, Ripley, Piedmont, and McMechen graduated from the program.
Below is a map containing the locations of all of the BAD Buildings Communities, past and present. The orange marker is the BAD Buildings offices. Green markers are communities that have completed the BAD Buildings process. Blue Markers signify In-progress communities. Red markers are communities that have started but have not continued the process.