Historic Town Hall was built in 1938 and is owned by the Town. The facility is currently occupied by the Inter-Faith Council for Social Services (IFC) Community Kitchen.
Opportunity Statement: The Inter‐Faith Council for Social Services is proceeding with plans to vacate Historic Town Hall. A recommendation is needed regarding the future use and occupancy of this building.
Goal: A Historic Town Hall Committee will represent the interests of the Town of Chapel Hill and Orange County to consider the opportunity to renovate the Historic Town Hall building at 100 West Rosemary Street as a Visitor's Center, a History Center, or both for possible occupancy by the Chapel Hill and Orange County Visitor's Bureau, Chapel Hill Historical Society, and/ or Chapel Hill Museum.
The Historic Town Hall committee typically meets on the second Thursday of each month at 4pm and on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 8am. Please always check the Town event calendar to confirm the meeting time and place. Links to each meeting on the Town event calendar and meeting materials are provided below.
Public comments will be limited to a period of five to ten minutes at both the beginning and the end of the meeting agenda. The Committee Chair may decide to extend the allotted time for public participation.