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Posted on: August 1, 2018

City offices to return to Civic Center this month

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After a stay in a historic downtown Spring Hill building, we’re returning to the Spring Hill Civic Center this month!
     In the early months of 2017, construction to renovate the decades-old Civic Center — formerly an elementary school — began. Over the course of a year, the extensive renovation included a new City Council chamber and Municipal Courtroom, new rentable spaces including a completely-renovated gymnasium and performance stage paving the way for extended programming, new customer service areas, fresh landscaping and new City Hall offices.
     While we’ve enjoyed our stay in the oldest building downtown, 102 S. Main St., with proximity to our police department and Public Works office and witnessed first-hand the enormous growth on Main Street, we’re eager to get back into our new digs.

     Here are a few key dates to keep in mind with the move back to our 401 N. Madison St. home:
     • City Hall will be open for business on Main Street through the end of day Friday, Aug. 17. We will reopen on Madison Street Monday, Aug. 20.
     • The Aug. 23 City Council meeting will be 7 p.m. at the Civic Center.
     • All City board and commission meetings (Board of Zoning Appeals, Broadband Task Force, Cemetery Board, Parks Advisory Board, Planning Commission and Public Safety Advisory Board) will move to the Civic Center beginning in September.  
     • Municipal Court will return to the Civic Center in September with the first court date 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4.
     • All other meetings, reservations and programming will return to the Civic Center this fall. We’re working on new programs, new rates and fees and rentable spaces. Stay tuned for updates about future programming and rentable spaces.
     Bear with us in the weeks following our move back as we adjust to our new surroundings! For questions, please call City Hall at (913) 592-3664.

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