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Centerville City Hall remodel nearly complete

CENTERVILLE (Davis County Clipper) — City hall is a little bigger than it used to be.

Work is wrapping up on the Centerville City Hall expansion, with crews currently focusing on painting and other details of both the remodeled downstairs and new upstairs addition. The addition is serving as the new home for the justice court, while the downstairs remodel created more useable space for the police department and a public room that can be used by anyone.

“Remodels are interesting,” said Centerville Assistant City Manager Blaine Lutz. City staff and the police have been using the space throughout the remodel. “Just as we’ve gotten used to the dust, it’s about done.”

Even with about a week or so of work to go, the city has already been making use of the space.

“We’ve kind of been moving in as soon as they get a room done,” said Lutz. “The construction crews have been great, but we’ve really been pushing them.”

The upstairs addition, which is visible from the back of city hall, serves as the new lobby for the city’s justice court and includes two customer windows instead of the previous one. Justice court itself will be held in the same room as city council meetings, with the court using the space on Thursdays and the city council on Tuesdays (the Centerville Planning Commission uses the room on Wednesdays).

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