25 Unique City Hall Websites from USA powered by WordPress

We all need some design inspiration from time to time. In this article I would like to share some of the most unique city hall websites that were created using WordPress.

According to my database of ~51,000 of city hall websites from all around the world, WordPress currently powers ~21.5% of them. After visiting over 700 of WordPress-powered city hall websites from the United States of America, I made a list of the top 25 most unique town and city hall websites.

We have a popular WordPress Theme for City Halls with Google Fonts integrated directly into them. The selected fonts are automatically downloaded and are served locally, which is better for performance and complies with GDPR regulations.

1. City of Waterville, Ohio

We absolutely love our historic city and our residents. Although our community is growing we still maintain our small-town feeling with beautiful local parks and businesses. Rich in history, community, fun, and education, we a proud to call Waterville, Ohio our home. Whether you are a new business wanting to expand into Waterville or looking to move to the area, we cannot wait to meet you.

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2. Village of Atlantic Beach, New York

We are a beachside community on the south shore of Long Island. We are located on the Atlantic Ocean just 21 miles from Manhattan.

3. The Town of Whitehall, Delaware

Whitehall is the first town to be founded in Delaware in over a century, thoughtfully designed to offer both residents and businesses the warm community traditions that turn a town into a home. Everything you need is located right in the community – including shopping, great schools, walkways and parks, art and culture, and exciting events and activities that give you countless opportunities to connect and socialize.

4. Town of Thompson, Sullivan County, NY

Thompson is a community of diverse residents, successful businesses and a supportive government dedicated to the economic vitality of the town.

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5. The Official Visitor Guide to Duluth, Minnesota

When you come to Duluth, you understand what makes it so special. From the world-famous lift bridge to charming neighborhoods filled with local breweries and restaurants, Duluth is a true original along the pristine shores of Lake Superior. Part rugged, part refined, and 100% one-of-a-kind. You’ll get it when you get here.

6. City of Sonoma, California

Sonoma’s unique history, bucolic scenery, and world-class wines are among the many reasons it is a favorite destination for visitors from around the world. In fact, Sonoma was recently named the “Best Small Town to Visit in the USA”. Welcome!

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7. City of Elgin, Minnesota

Elgin is a small community of approximately 1,090 residents who are very active in promoting a safe and healthy living environment for all. Located just 20 minutes from Rochester and 25 miles from the National Eagle Center along the Mississippi River in Wabasha, MN, Elgin offers a secure, convenient, and comfortable setting in which to live and raise a family.

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8. City of Winter Haven, Florida

More than 70,000 people call Winter Haven home, 39,500 of which live inside the City limits, taking advantage of its year-round recreation climate and central location. The City stretches over 40 square miles, eight of which take the form of sparkling, fun-filled lakes.

9. City of White Cloud, Michigan

A beautiful Michigan city on the banks of the White River, White Cloud is a town defined by community. With an expanding commercial park, rich scenic views, and a small-town feel, White Cloud captures the adventurous spirit of the true North.

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10. Silverhill Town Hall, Alabama

The Town of Silverhill, Alabama, is a friendly, vibrant and historic community situated at the intersections of major highways in Central Baldwin County.

Silverhill was founded in 1896 by Oscar Johnson, an immigrant from Sweden, as part of the Svea Land Company of Chicago, Ill.

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11. City of Lancaster, PA

Rich in heritage, history, and culture, the city of Lancaster has something for everyone. Our small-town, bustling city atmosphere offers exceptional dining, diverse shopping, and noteworthy historical landmarks.

12. City of Dexter, Missouri

Dexter, MO has the whole family covered with a variety of fun places to visit with kids of all ages. Explore our historical attractions, museums, parks, shopping, and dining. Start planning your family adventure today.

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13. Colton Town Hall, Washington

The Town of Colton serves as the southern entrance to the Palouse Scenic Byway on U.S. Highway 195 located in southeastern Washington. It is a halfway point for the Quad Cities being about 16 miles between the Pullman-Moscow area and the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.

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14. Borough of Honesdale, Pennsylvania

Honesdale, originally known as “Dyberry Forks,” was the terminus of the D&H Canal which ran 108 miles to Rondout, New York. Honesdale was re-named for Philip Hone in 1829, the first president of the D&H Canal Company and former Mayor of New York City. It was used to carry coal from the coal fields to the market in New York City, New York. It was laid out as a village in 1826 when the D&H Canal was created. It was incorporated as a borough on January 28, 1831.

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15. City of Martin, Tennessee

We take great pride in our city and hope that you will find our website informational and helpful. We have done much work in revitalizing our historic downtown where you will find unique gift shops and eateries. And, you will find that our greenway and park system offer many recreational activities.

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16. Grant County, Indiana

Grant County, Indiana, is home to nifty attractions, outtasight events and rebellious celebrities. Whether it’s saddle shoes, classic cars, vintage bikes, James Dean, or Garfield, we love everything classic and cool. Have a blast just 90 minutes North of Indy.

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17. City of St. Albans, West Virginia

The history of St. Albans, West Virginia can be traced back to its original name of Philippi, after Philip Thompson, an early settler. The town was renamed Colesmouth due to the area and river being discovered by Samuel Cole. The City was then incorporated as Kanawha City in 1868. The City was renamed St. Albans in 1872 by H.C. Parsons of the C & O Railroad in honor of his birthplace in St. Albans, Vermont.

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18. City of Blooming Grove, Texas

Blooming Grove is a town in western Navarro County, Texas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 821.

19. Bal Harbour Village, Miami Beach, Florida

A shining enclave at the northern tip of Miami Beach, Bal Harbour Village holds a singular appeal for the world’s most discerning travelers seeking the finest Miami resorts. The Village exudes impeccable, contemporary style with deluxe oceanfront hotels, resorts, residences, ultra-chic shopping and an enviable selection of dining options. Yet Bal Harbour Village remains a natural paradise with pristine, white sand beaches and a serene spirit. Discover the exquisite and exclusive Bal Harbour.

20. City of Providence, Rhode Island

Welcome to Providence, Rhode Island! Providence combines the accessibility and friendliness of a small town with the culture and sophistication of a big city. With a thriving arts community, vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, outstanding hotels, a renowned restaurant scene, and so many things to do, Providence is the perfect place to visit.

21. City of Oak Leaf, Texas

Oak Leaf is a city in Ellis County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,298 at the 2010 census.

22. City of Palm Valley, Texas

Are you looking to move to South Texas? Palm Valley is a safe, quiet town that is minutes from all that the Rio Grande Valley has to offer. Our citizens enjoy a quality of life that comes from a combination of great home values, low property taxes, quality schools, close shopping and year-round golf available right on their door step.

23. City of Countryside, Illinois

The City of Countryside is located in Cook County, Illinois, northwest of Interstate 55 (Stevenson Expressway) and Interstate 294 (Tri-State Tollway) in the Chicago Metropolitan Region. Located just 15 miles from the Chicago Loop, the City of Countryside offers its residents and visitors access to Chicago while maintaining its older suburban charm. With a population of 5,895 (2010 census) Countryside is a close-knit community with many citizens being second and third generation residents of the City.

24. Town of Irondequoit, New York

Irondequoit offers a premier scenic location, bordering three major waterways: Lake Ontario, Irondequoit Bay and the Genesee River. We offer thriving businesses, tree-lined neighborhoods, fabulous parks and one of the shortest commutes to downtown Rochester.

25. City Of Everett, Massachusetts

Welcome to the City of Everett, a community committed to honoring it’s past while investing in it’s future. A desirable place to live, work, and play, Everett is home to over 50,000 residents. Everett offers a vibrant, diverse, and welcoming community boasting state-of-the-art parks, multi-cultural restaurants, and a top-rated school system. Serving as a leader in the Commonwealth and country as a leader in viable public transit Everett was one of the first communities to install dedicated bus rapid transit lanes.

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What’s your favorite?

I would like to hear your thoughts about my list. What’s your favorite? Comment below.

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