Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 8:30AM, the City of North Bend will officially open its new City Hall to the public.
On Friday, July 26th staff began moving out of old City Hall and the Community Economic Development buildings in downtown North Bend to their new home at 920 SE Cedar Falls.
Both [old] downtown offices will be closed Monday, July 29th to complete the moving process.
The new city hall building has been in the works for many years and will allow all staff to work in the same building.
Mayor Ken Hearing said, “Our hope is that having a more efficient and convenient location will inspire more people to get involved in government.”
According to a news release, the new building offers a more customer-service oriented environment with adequate parking, better security and safety features, and one-stop services for bill paying, applying for permits,
or other City business.
The building was designed to preserve many of the surrounding mature evergreen trees. It consolidates city departments and administrative offices in the 14,000 square foot building, plus a 2,000 square foot conference room, and a 35-car parking lot. It also provides access to the future paved Tanner Trail.
North Bend’s new city hall is located is just east of the historic downtown area on the City’s Municipal Campus site between the North Bend Fire Station and Public Works Building.