I'm returning into Doors Open posts today. City Hall and the Heritage Building were part of the festivities. The buildings are linked, and they are very different. For an earlier view of the Heritage Building, look right here. And for a view of the more modern portion of the City Hall complex, check this link.
Stepping into the main entrance of the Heritage Building, this display of local athletes who went on to big things could be found.
The Heritage Building dates back to 1875. It is designed in High Victorian style, and once served as a school. As the story goes, these halls are haunted. A teacher is thought to have left something of herself behind. Perhaps she's still trying to find that devious student that always got the better of her.
Portraits of former mayors of the city can be found in these hallways.
Up on the second floor, we come up towards the reception area for the mayor's office.
Here we have the mayor's office. Unlike the drug addled clown who likes to think he's a mayor down in Toronto, our mayor is nice, polite, and professional.
This last shot features several paintings of local landmarks by a resident artist in the city. They can be found in the modern building.