New Municipal Hall and Police Station

City of DeWitt
DeWitt, MI

Project Overview

The City of Dewitt had outgrown its space in an existing city hall and police station that dated back to 1956. Plans to renovate or expand the 6,000 square foot facility to accommodate the City’s 19 employees were not cost-effective.

The City purchased an adjacent site and demolished an old building. The facility is more than twice the size that will also include council chambers, more storage space, and a 2,600 square foot community room.

F&V’s architectural staff designed the city hall and police station with a spacious main lobby, front and rear parking, council chambers, a large conference room, file storage space, and shared office space for the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and tax assessor.

The new 12,300 square foot modern facility, with a 900 square foot storage space in the basement, meets growing needs of the City for years to come.

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