The white-columned brick building is the seat of power in Maplewood's government. Construction of the building…More was completed in 1932, replacing the previous town hall on Maplewood Avenue, which was built in 1860. Designed by the architecture team Guilbert and Betelle, the new town hall cost a then-princely sum of $250,000 to build.
Today, the building is home to the Township's elected officials, the Township Committe, and also to its administrative and finance departments. Committee meetings are held twice a month in the main meeting room. Check the town's website for that and other scheduling information.
ArtsMaplewood is in charge of cultural programs and the daily use of Maplewood's Burgdorff Cultural Center.…More The group, which is appointed by the township committee, currently has two dozen members.
Their Web site has calendar and ticket information on music, theater and other arts programs at the Burgdorff and elsewhere around Maplewood.