Departments Begin Move Back to Renovated Manassas City Hall

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After an extensive two-year renovation, departments and services are moving back into Manassas City Hall, 9027 Center Street, in June. No services will be interrupted during the phased-in moving period.

City Hall will officially open at 8:30 a.m. on June 24.

During the move-in transition, the Customer Service Center at 9800 Godwin Drive will stay open for permits, business licenses and tax payments until June 28.

The Social Services department will remain open at 9324 West Street.

The $15.9 million City Hall renovation included a new roof, generator, windows, elevator, HVAC
system, plumbing, electrical, data system, and exterior façade upgrades for the 1987 building. The upgrades make the 31,000 square foot building more energy efficient and ensure it will serve residents for the foreseeable future. The City Hall Renovation Capital Improvement Project was introduced in 2014.

The renovation also converted hallways into usable space, reorganized department office space, upgraded customer service counters, created more community meeting space and carved out more public art display space. An open house will be scheduled for later this year.

“I believe our residents and customers will find the new layout easier for them to navigate and conduct business,” says Interim City Manager Douglas W. Keen. “It also adds a much-needed community conference room, something our community has asked for. I am looking forward to getting staff back in one location so we can be more efficient in our operations.”


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