Kingston’s City Hall
Kingston’s newly restored City Hall, noteworthy in its design and function, takes its place as a majestic focal point in the city’s midtown. The state of the art restoration, designed by John G. Waite Associates, Architects in Albany, N.Y. begun in December, 1998 and completed in May, 2000, reclaims the building’s distinction as a prime example of High Victorian Gothic municipal style architecture. At the same time, the building updates technological and mechanical systems for contemporary use. Representing the seat of local government, the restoration rekindles confidence in the city’s center.
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City Hall Departmental Listing
-City Clerk/Registrar's Office
-City Engineering Office
-Civil Service Office
-Corporation Counsel's Office
-Office of Community Development
-Office of Economic Development
-Office of Human Rights
-Planning Department Office