Town Hall Renovation and Landscaping

The renovated New Canaan Town Hall was officially opened in September 2015.  The project included preservation of the original Town Hall, built in 1909 which remains visible from Main Street, and a new addition built behind the original building.  The addition includes new office space, meeting rooms, and a new side entrance.

 

The New Canaan Beautification League donated funds of $50,000 towards the town’s landscaping plan for the Town Hall property.  The town planted a sugar maple dedicated to Ben Olmstead, a long time and much loved municipal employee who lost his life in a tragic accident in town.  The League plants the two large planters by the side entrance, changing plantings every season.  The original entrance and its original planters are also planted every season by the League.

2015:  Sara Hunt (co-president), Kathy Lapolla, Tracy Phillips, Yvonne Hunkeler, Faith Kerchoff (co-president), Rob Mallozzi, First Selectman

Sugar Maple and plaque in memory of Ben Olmstead.

Members at work:

New entrance planters in spring:

New entrance planters in summer:

New entrance planters in fall and winter:

Holiday décor original entrance and new entrance:

Original entrance plantings in original planters:

Town Hall - Vine Cottage wall plantings: