Servia is a town and was a former municipality in Kozani regional unit, West Macedonia, Greece. Since the local government reform of 2011, it is now part of the larger municipality of Servia-Velventos. Servia today forms a municipal unit and is seat of the municipality. Τhe town itself has a population of 3,290 people (2001).
Today Servia stands as one of the main towns and agricultural centres of the surrounding region, with its municipality (prior to the government reform of 2011) having a population of 10,001 (2001). The town itself has a population of 3,290 inhabitants.