Groundbreaking News…Construction is Officially Starting on the New City Hall


On Friday, August 16, the Mayor joined with elected officials, city employees, and members of the community for the groundbreaking of the New City Hall, which will be located on Highway 51 in the center of Ridgeland.

Mayor McGee and City Officials Break Ground on the New Ridgeland City Hall.

This groundbreaking was at least ten years in the making. It all started when the Master Plan was created in 2008. The City Center, which is where the New City Hall is located

The architects rendering of the new City Hall.

will eventually house future buildings which may include other government offices, a new Library, a Civic Building, a performing arts center, and a Choctaw Agency Museum.

The New City Hall will two stories and approximately 30,000 square feet. It will have public green space as well as a Veterans Memory Park. The new energy efficient building will house the offices of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, Finance and Administration, Community Development, Public Works, and Recreation and Parks. The new boardroom will have more capabilities than our current one and will be able to seat at least 65 citizens. We are looking forward to behind in the completed building in late 2020.


City of Ridgeland employees are looking forward to the New City Hall.