Cincinnati City Hall
Welcome To City Hall
Cincinnati City Hall was designed by renowned Cincinnati architect Samuel Hannaford and was completed in 1893. It is the home of City government, and includes the offices of the Mayor, City Council and the City Manager.
Location & Hours
City Hall is located at 801 Plum St., in Downtown Cincinnati. It is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
City Manager's Office
Human Relations Commission
Real Estate/Family Relocation
Celestial Lites Snack Stand & City Gear
Pay All Bills
Vendors & Peddlers License
Council Member's Offices
Clerk of Council
Transportation & Engineering Administration
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful
Break Room & Vending Machines
City Hall Tours
Are you interested in a tour of historic Cincinnati City Hall? Volunteers can lead tours from 1 to 2 hours long. We appreciate two weeks notice prior to your preferred tour date.
Please call 513-591-6025 to arrange your tour.
City Hall History
The headquarters for Cincinnati's government has been on this site since 1852, but the building erected then was not nearly as large as the present City Hall. It faced Plum Street, was surrounded by a small park and had a second story added a year or two later. Read More
Government Offices Located Elsewhere
Court Rooms: Hamilton County Court House, 1000 Main St.
Hamilton County Jail: Justice Center, 1000 Sycamore St.
Birth/Death Certificates: Elm Street Clinic, 1525 Elm St.
Purchasing: Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Ave., Suite 234
Business Permit Center: 3300 Central Parkway
Facilities Management: Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Ave., Suite 320
Human Resources: Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Ave., Suite 200