Kaslo City Hall Building 1898

 

 

Kaslo City Hall (1898) has been formally re-opened.  Here is a presentation showing the 2010-2018 renovations.

The Kaslo City Hall building, constructed in 1898, was recognized as a National Historic Site in 1984. This is the oldest remaining town hall on the BC mainland and is a major heritage landmark in our community. The Kaslo City Hall symbolized the foresight of its founder’s optimism and aspirations of Kaslo and its future generations to come.

Statement of Significance

Please visit City Hall and sign the visitor book.  If you would like to ring the bell at Noon, please consider making a donation to the building's reserve.

Help us maintain Kaslo City Hall for future generations.  Your TAX DEDUCTABLE donations are critical to continue conservation of all areas of the building.  Please send your donations to PO Box 576, Kaslo, B.C. V0G 1M0 or phone 250-353-2311.   Your TAX DEDUCTABLE receipt will be mailed to you.

Mayor and Council would like to thank all those who have contributed to the restoration and renewal efforts of Kaslo City Hall. The Columbia Basin Trust, Parks Canada and the residents of Kaslo have been critical to making 2018's new chapter a reality.

Here is a slideshow of the wonderful photographs taken by Daphne Hunter on the occasion of the visit of the Lt. Governor in the spring of 2015.