The city of Pasco has completed a $1.8 million facelift to accommodate staff needed to support the growing city.
The renovations at City Hall began in early January 2019 after the police department moved to a new building. The remodel began in the old police space and moved throughout the building, giving offices a refresh and creating a one-stop spot on the first floor for building permits and other public-facing activities.
The project included updates to the electrical system, as well as the heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems.
Pasco City Hall is the original Pasco High School and later served as McLoughlin Middle School. The city took it over 25 years ago.
Booth & Sons Construction of Kennewick was the general contractor.
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