The Town Hall is a cornerstone of downtown Milford and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the late 1980’s it was substantially renovated for Town governmental and public use. It currently houses the following services: Office and meeting room of the Board of Selectmen; the Town Administrator; Human Services; Town Clerk; Assessing; Finance; Community Development; Recreation; Information Technology; Community Media; the Milford Area Communication Center; and the Ambulance Service (soon to relocate). Additionally, the building contains a restored public auditorium and a banquet hall.
CFC Report 2009
This report was completed by the Community Facilities Committee in 2009 and identified the space issues in Town Hall that need to be addressed to better serve the public and staff.
SMP Report 2009
This report was given to the Board of Selectmen and provided very early conceptual ideas on needed renovations to the Town Hall to better serve the public and address operational deficiencies.
AEC Report 2012
SMP Powerpoint Presentation October 23, 2013
This powerpoint presentation reviews for the public the conceptual planning conducted thus far to address the project goals: controlled public access; increased staff security; clear circulation; enlarged Board of Selectmen’s Meeting Room; public meeting spaces; efficient use of space; and mechanical and electrical upgrades.