Current Wyandotte City Hall to Close Nov. 9

Beginning Monday, Nov. 12, all city business will be done in the new City Hall building, located across the street in the Chase Bank building at 3200 Biddle Ave.

At Monday’s City Council meeting, Wyandotte Mayor Joe Peterson said that Friday, Nov. 9 is the last scheduled day of business at the current Wyandotte City Hall building, located at 3131 Biddle Ave.

As of Monday, Nov. 12, all city departments will have moved out and all business would be conducted in the new City Hall building, which is across the street in the four-story, city-owned Chase Bank building, located at 3200 Biddle Ave.

The only exception will be City Council meetings, along with any other televised city meetings, which will temporarily be held in the current council chambers until construction of a similar chambers is completed at the new site.

Chase Bank will remain in the building, using half of the first floor, while the rest of the building will be used as the new City Hall.

Some city departments have already moved across the street, including the City Assessor’s office, municipal services and the city’s IT staffs.

Plans to leave the current City Hall building were announced in late 2010 and the deal to make the move to the Chase Bank building was finalized in the spring of 2011.

Cynthia Loucks November 04, 2012 at 04:35 PM
What are the plans for the old city hall building?


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