Town Hall and Community Center & Public Safety Building

251 South Street, Davidsontown hall

Project Description: With voter approval, the Town of Davidson is proceeding with a $14 million dollar project in support of public facilities for public safety, town staff and programming, and community use.

The project includes two core components – renovation of the historic 251 South Street for a new town center and reconfiguring the current town hall to better accommodate the needs of the Davidson Police and Fire Departments in order to serve the community as effectively as possible.

The completed renovations of the Town Hall and Community Center (251 South Street), done in a way to preserve the historic character of the building, will create a new town center where approximately half of the building is available for community gathering space. Town of Davidson offices will also occupy the building, providing for the growing needs of the town’s administrative functions. This phase of the project is complete.

For public safety, the current town hall reconfiguration will allow the Police Department to occupy the entire main level and add work space for both current and future needs, forensic evidence storage, and a secure exterior space for storage and core police operational functionally. Fire Station 1 will also be modified to improve the kitchen and restroom areas, in addition to adding additional living quarters.

Design Review Board & Historic Preservation Commission Approved Plans:

Project Status: Active

Page Updated: 07/27/2022

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Project Info

Project name: Town Hall and Community Center & Public Safety Building

Cost: $14,000,000 (both projects)

Funding source: General Obligation Bonds issuance

Funding status: Approved by Davidson voters in November 2019