City Hall Rehabilitation Project

UPDATE:  Aug 10, 2020

After a short stint of remote-only access to services, Staff have returned to City Hall while the building rehabilitation project continues. Development Services is open to the public Mon-Fri, 12-3pm
while Finance remains at the Community Centre, for public drop-in Mon-Fri, 12-3pm.

City Hall Re-Open_Construction Continues


UPDATE:  July 28, 2020

City Hall Closed_Construction
PLEASE NOTE: Due to construction, City Hall is currently closed to the public until further notice. 
We hope to get the facility back open to the public as soon as possible.
For Development Services, please email applications to building@revelstoke.ca or leave a voicemail at 
250-837-3637 - messages will be returned within 48hrs.

The Finance Department has been relocated to the 
Revelstoke Community Centre 
due to construction at City Hall.  
Public drop-in hours are 12-3pm, Monday-Friday 
(closed on Statutory Holidays).

Appointments can be made outside of these times for those in need.
Call the Finance Department at:  250-837-2161

UPDATED: July 14, 2020

View the time lapse video of the Rehabilitation project to date.

UPDATED: May 29th, 2020

City Council awarded the project tender to Absolute Industries Ltd. at their May 26th meeting. Historic Photo of City Hall

The project consists of selective demolition of existing cement stucco wall systems on concrete walls to facilitate wet sand blacking and repair of concrete surfaces, the end result will match the historic color scheme. The front stairs will be replaced as well as some window assemblies. City staff looked into returning the building to its original finish, however, due to existing damage to the concrete underneath, restoration of the building is not possible.

City Hall Refurbishment - Design Photo

The building, originally built in 1939 as both a Fire Department and City Hall, it was one of the first modernist civic buildings outside a major urban area in the province. 

The contractor has estimated that the City Hall project will require 15 local workers and pay around $330,000.00 in local wages. Two sub-contractors will be working on the project as well.