Town Hall Renovation
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.
The building still has many shortcomings insofar as inadequate workspace with little flexibility because of building construction that results in poor traffic flow between offices. With the increase in staffing over the years, there is little privacy to conduct the ever-increasing confidential business with the public as well as security concerns for both the employees and the public. Some areas of the facility are not handicapped accessible with public access to other areas being limited.
Town Hall Associated Documents
SMP Architecture Presentation
Power Point Presentation (converted to a PDF document for easier viewing)