Fullerton City Hall

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Fullerton City Hall
Fullerton police headquarter.jpg
Fullerton City Hall is located in California
Fullerton City Hall
Location237 W. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, California
Coordinates33°52′21″N 117°55′46″W / 33.87250°N 117.92944°W / 33.87250; -117.92944 (Fullerton City Hall)Coordinates: 33°52′21″N 117°55′46″W / 33.87250°N 117.92944°W / 33.87250; -117.92944 (Fullerton City Hall)
Area2.7 acres (1.1 ha)
Built1939-1942
ArchitectG. Stanley Wilson
Architectural styleMission/spanish Revival
NRHP reference #03000424[1]
Added to NRHPMay 22, 2003

The historic Fullerton City Hall, at 237 W. Commonwealth Ave. in Fullerton, California, was built during 1939 to 1942. It was designed in Mission Revival style by influential architect G. Stanley Wilson, and was made of poured concrete. Ceramic tiles and terra cotta for the project were produced by Gladding, McBean and Company.[2]

Current city hall (not the NRHP-listed building), at 303 W. Commonwealth Avenue

The current city hall, at 303 W. Commonwealth Avenue, is a different building.

The historic building has included the Fullerton Police Department, the Fullerton Jail and the Wayne H. Bornhoft Facility. It has served as a city hall, a courthouse, and a meeting hall.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. November 2, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Fullerton City Hall / Fullerton Police Dept., Fullerton Jail, Wayne H. Bornhoft Facility". National Park Service. July 20, 2002. Retrieved October 15, 2018. With accompanying 12 photos