My Town Hall Services

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exterior image looking up at Town Hall clock tower and windows

Huntsville’s Town Hall was officially open to the public in 1926 as a beacon for residents and visitors conducting municipal business. As the years have progressed and the surrounding area has increased through population growth there has been continual advancement in building science and requirements. Council has directed staff to review the existing infrastructure and how it relates to accessibility, structural adequacy, capital investments and other uses of the building. The following survey has been created for residents and visitors to obtain an understanding of the uses now and for the future of the building.

Note: Please feel free to ask questions on our Q&A section - questions are reviewed by the Town Hall Working Group on a monthly basis.

Huntsville’s Town Hall was officially open to the public in 1926 as a beacon for residents and visitors conducting municipal business. As the years have progressed and the surrounding area has increased through population growth there has been continual advancement in building science and requirements. Council has directed staff to review the existing infrastructure and how it relates to accessibility, structural adequacy, capital investments and other uses of the building. The following survey has been created for residents and visitors to obtain an understanding of the uses now and for the future of the building.

Note: Please feel free to ask questions on our Q&A section - questions are reviewed by the Town Hall Working Group on a monthly basis.

  • Project time frame extended

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    25 February, 2020

    In December, committee successfully took a report before Council asking that the current Town Hall building be investigated by a professional engineer to gain a better understanding of the supporting structure of the building and provide insight as to structural alterations that are required to better insulate the current building to make it more sustainable for future years. Council supported the working group's suggestions to extend the time frame on this project and to research and develop office standards that will help support the understanding of required floor area.

    The Town Hall working group is committed to report back to Council with this information and provide direction of the project to Council within the 2020 calendar year.


  • Thank you!

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    04 October, 2019

    The Town Hall Working Group would like to thank everyone that has shown interest in taking this survey.

    We will be reviewing the results and including them within the Council report scheduled to be submitted by year end.

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  • Welcome to the My Town Hall Services page

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    09 August, 2019

    Thanks for visiting the My Town Hall Services page.

    Staff are reviewing the existing Town Hall infrastructure at 37 Main Street East in Huntsville, and how it relates to accessibility, structural adequacy, capital investments and other uses of the building.

    A survey has been created for residents and visitors to obtain an understanding of the uses now, and for the future of the building. You can also suggest where you think Town hall should be located, on the location map.

    Note: Questions can be asked on the Q&A tab and are reviewed by the Town Hall Working Group on a monthly basis.

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