Haskins Village Hall

Haskins, Ohio

The new, 3,911-square-foot structure, located on the grounds of the former Haskins Elementary School, replaces the village’s previous hall – an aging former church built in 1870. The new structure contains, among other amenities, a large council chamber, offices for staff including the clerk/treasurer and village administrator/police chief, a space for mayor’s court and utilities receipts, a larger area for police, a kitchenette, unisex bathroom complete with shower, a locker room area, evidence storage for police, and a large unfinished room at the building’s northernmost end. Plans for that unfinished space include the storage of village records still located off-site, and potentially the relocation of the village post office.

The building also features improved security, with swipeable carded entry for employees. There is also improved and increased parking at the new building.

Construction of the new building was prompted by a number of issues, including accessibility problems, a lack of space, and the high costs of heating and cooling the old structure. The space was so cramped that when elections were held, village offices had to shut down to accommodate voters. Police evidence and village records had to be kept in storage off-site.

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