River Falls City Hall

The old River Falls City Hall, originally built in 1912 as the library, was demolished to make room for the new two-story, 27,000-square-foot facility.

27,000 S.F.
New Construction
Date Completed:
June 2009

The new building houses the city's public and employee work areas, including administration, engineering, finance, community development, cable department, as well as the city court and council chambers.

The building is the first LEED registered city hall in Wisconsin and was designed to be energy efficient and cut future utility costs by incorporating many environmentally friendly design features. It features lots of sunlight, is made of recycled materials and has the latest mechanics designed to save energy.