About City Hall

City Hall has reopened at 300 Park Ave.

Learn about the move back to City Hall after the City Hall Renovation Project completed in April 2019. 

City Hall Hours


Please check with each department for their hours of operation. City Hall is closed on certain holidays.

City Hall Directions


City Hall is located at 300 Park Avenue, on the corner of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street. Access to City Hall is provided through the East Wing and West Wing side entrances. Court and City Council participants may enter through the front of the building.

Westbound I-66


Exit at Sycamore Street, turn right onto Sycamore Street, left onto Washington Boulevard (first traffic light), left onto Lee Highway (Route 29), right onto Park Avenue and proceed to City Hall, located on the right side of the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street.

Eastbound I-66


Exit Route 7 east. Go about 1.6 miles, turn left onto Little Falls Street. City Hall is at the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street (second block on left).

Northbound Route 29


Turn left onto Park Avenue and continue two blocks to City Hall, located on the right side of the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street.

Southbound Route 29


Turn right onto Park Avenue and continue two blocks to City Hall, located on the right side of the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street.

Eastbound Route 7


Turn left onto Little Falls Street. City Hall is at the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street (second block on left).

Westbound Route 7


Turn right onto Little Falls Street, City Hall is at the intersection of Park Avenue and Little Falls Street (second block on left).

Public Transit


The City of Falls Church is serviced by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's (WMATA) Metrobus and Metrorail systems. Though located just outside of city borders, the East and West Falls Church Metrorail stations provide convenient access to City Hall. To plan your metro trip to City Hall, visit the WMATA website.

    Parking


    The public may park in the City Hall parking lots, minding the spots marked for vehicles with disabled placards, police-only, and other marked spots. The spots in the front of City Hall are for the public; employees park in the back.

    Signs are posted for restricted parking on Saturdays where the Farmers Market takes place.

    There are electric vehicle chargers in the front and back of City Hall. Only electric vehicles that need charging should park in these spots. For more information on the chargers, visit the SemaConnect website.

    Building History


    Built in 1957, City Hall was last renovated in 1986 when the East Wing was added. It is a central gathering place that hosts over 400 community meetings every year. Weekly City Council, Planning Commission, and School Board meetings and court proceedings are held in City Hall. The City's major community events like the weekly, year-round Farmers Market, Memorial Day, and Fall Festival are held in City Hall's parking lot.

    A majority of city employees work in City Hall; most others are at the Property Yard (7100 Gordon Rd.), the Mary Riley Styles Public Library (120 N. Virginia Ave.), Community Center (223 Little Falls St.), Cherry Hill Farmhouse and Gage House, all of which share the civic campus and parking lot with City Hall.