Flower Mound Town Hall

Jay Around Town: Flower Mound’s New Town Hall

If you’re curious like we are about how Flower Mound’s new Town Hall is coming along, did you know that they have a project camera so you can see real-time progress of the project? Click here to check it out for yourself!

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Town officials broke ground on the 46,000-square-foot facility in late June at the current Town Hall location on the corner of FM 1171 and Morriss Road. The plans for the two-story building include a larger council chamber and public spaces as well as staff offices separated by an open lobby entrance.

You can see renderings of the project in the first few minutes of this Town Matters update from the Town of Flower Mound.

The Town anticipates that the project will take approximately 15 months to complete, so Flower Mound residents should have a new Town Hall to enjoy next year!

Community Update: Possible New Town Hall for Flower Mound

1925251_10152771146307403_3701391219723026517_nThe Flower Mound Town Council is making it look like Flower Mound may have a new Town Hall in the next few years! At their council meeting earlier this week, council members reviewed a preliminary proposal for a two-story town call from Oxley Williams Tharp Architects, who also designed the senior center that’s currently under construction.

The plans include a clock tower lobby within the two-story building that has been designed to double the amount of space of the current council chambers.

Plans also include water features including a pond, open space and additional parking areas.

The new Town Hall would be located at the corner of FM 1171 and Morris, where the existing senior center is currently situated.

Council members are strongly urging that this project move forward and that they plan for a town hall that can stick around for the next 50 years or so.

What do you think? Is this the kind of Town Hall you’d like Flower Mound to have?

You can read more details of the council meeting by clicking here to read the full article on the Cross Timbers Gazette website.

And keep checking back each Wednesday for updates on our local communities!