Welcome to Old City HallEstablished 1904
Welcome to Old City Hall in Greenwood, MS!
Welcome to Old City Hall. Built in 1904 at a cost of “about $5,000”, this two-story brick building located in downtown Greenwood, MS was built to house the offices of the Mayor, marshal, city clerk, collector, as well as waterworks, sewage, light plant and the city jail. The 2nd floor constituted a large courtroom and council chamber. From the original City Hall to a Masonic Lodge, several Cotton Companies, and lastly an aviation insurance agency, this building has prevailed, been restored, and now emerged as one of the most unique rental venues in Greenwood.
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in May of 1980, it now stands majestically to showcase its originality and uniqueness. The restoration process was definitely a labor of love, and I hope to be able to share it with you soon! I think your group would enjoy the opportunity to take selfies in front of the new hand painted “Welcome to Historic Greenwood” mural on the East wall of the building, or under the “Leflore Cleaners” neon sign.