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The week of September 24, the current Glendale City Hall will close. In the next few weeks, the southern half of the building will be demolished. The historic Town of Milwaukee Town Hall will be relocated from behind City Hall to a prominent location on the Milwaukee River Parkway next to the North Shore Fire Department Glendale Station.
The Municipal Court and the Police Department portions of the building will remain open.
The City Clerk and City Treasurer are being relocated to the Municipal Court entrance of the building right next to the Police Station entrance. Payment of water and tax bills, early absentee voting and other city functions will be housed at the Municipal Court entrance to the current building.
The main entrance to City Services will also be closed. The temporary entrance will be on the south side of the building. Parking is available in the City lot on Glen Park Road next to the Glendale Little League fields.
Common Council, Plan Commission and other City meetings will be held in the David Hobbs Honda for the People Community Room at the Richard E. Maslowski Community Park, beginning on September 24, 2018.
The 6th Aldermanic District polling place will also move to the David Hobbs Honda for the People Community Room at the Richard E. Maslowski Community Park.