The city recently opened a new 25,440-square-foot city hall adjacent to the Police Department on Gorman Street, creating a centralized city campus.

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Update Feb. 9: City Hall Construction

Updated: 03/30/2017

Construction is on scheduled for a July 3, 2017, completion date. Construction slowed primarily due to wet weather in late summer and fall months.

The city is working with construction managers and trades to assess the possibility of partial completion so the June 6 council meeting may be held at new City Hall, which allows for more time to move broadcast equipment.

The building roof is complete with the exception of exterior canopies, and weather should play less of a factor in achieving substantial completion by revised date.

At the Feb. 7 meeting, the City Council approved contracts with the following vendors:

  • Fluid Interiors in the amount not to exceed $350,000 for work stations, conference room furniture and commons area furniture.
  • Tierney Brothers in the amount of $107,377.29 for audio visual equipment and installation.
  • Networks Cinema and Sound in the amount of $48,650 for installation of low voltage cables and equipment.
  1. Updated: 03/30/2017

Designs and Floor Plans

In April 2016, the City Council approved the following design plans and specifications:


In March 2016, the City Council approved a financing plan that would require no tax increase to fund the proposed new city hall building. The plan includes a mix of internal transfers and an interfund loan to cover the estimated $8.5 million cost. The city would not have to bond for the construction project, minimizing the financial impact to taxpayers while creating a better customer-service experience.

Construction Management

The City Council hired CPMI for $295,928 as construction manager for the project. CPMI oversaw pre-construction and construction of the city hall building.


The city has been in its downtown building, a former bank, since spring 1993. While the building is in decent condition, its space limitations, security concerns and distance from other city offices can create hassles for residents, contractors, business owners and staff.

In July 2014, the council hired BKV Group to conduct a Feasibility Study [PDF] of the city’s space needs now and into the future, as well as cost estimates of remodeling or adding on to the existing city hall versus constructing a new building. In July 2015, the council directed BKV Group to begin developing architectural plans and construction documents for a new city hall.

Existing city hall building

City staff are looking at options for the current downtown city hall building.