Residents are being asked for their input about the potential future uses of Old City Hall.
As it stands, the 100 year-plus building houses both provincial and municipal courts; those are scheduled to vacate by 2021.
Going forward, the City wants to incorporate a few elements: allow for greater public access, celebrate the building’s history, as well as meeting several other civic objectives. A museum is just one idea that has been floating around.
A public consultation is being held Tuesday night, and residents are encouraged to drop in and give their perspectives and ideas.
City staff and consultants will be on hand to present the preliminary findings of a feasibility study on possible future uses of the building.
The meeting, which is being held on the 3rd floor of Metro Hall 55 John St from 6:30-9:00 p.m., will also include a panel discussion and a question-and-answer session.