Volunteers see to the restoration, renovation of Smyrna Town Hall

SMYRNA – Renovation, restoration and general cleanup of the Smyrna Town Hall is slowly but surely progressing towards the refurbishment of the 105-year old building.



Without any major funding, the project has relied primarily on volunteer work from citizens, town and county historians, volunteer firefighters, as well as the town crew workers.

“Things have been moving along pretty well,” said deputy village mayor David Raimy.

The Smyrna Town Hall is listed on the state historical registry. Built in 1908, the building has served the community over the intervening hundred-plus years as town hall, opera house, school and fire department storehouse. But with rich history comes rich amounts of baggage.


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