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Salem City Hall
93 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
Located in the heart of downtown, Salem City Hall is headquarters for the city's government. In addition to MayorMore Kimberley Driscoll, the city's chief administrative aide, clerk, collector, assessor, solicitor and finance director maintain offices in the building, which was constructed in 1837. The city council chamber room serves as the site of bimonthly city council meetings and other regular board and commission meetings. Visit Salem's website for more specific contact information of city hall employees and extensive meeting schedules for all of Salem's governmental bodies.
Salem City Hall
320 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
Old Town Hall
1 Derby Sq, Salem, MA 01970
Located in Derby Square, Old Town Hall is the oldest muncipal structure in the city. It is available for privateMore functions and events. It is available for rent through The Gordon College Institute for Public History. Rental reservations may be made at www.SalemOldTownHall.com.
Derby Square
10 Derby Sq, Salem, MA 01970
Derby Square is a public space between Essex Street and Front Street, surrounding the old City Hall. On Thursdays duringMore the summer and fall, the Salem Farmers' Market takes place in the square. Park benches and tables and chairs make it an inviting space to stroll and sit.
Forest River Pool
West Ave & West Cir, Salem, MA 01970
Forest River Pool is located in Forest River Park, by Pioneer Village. Salem residents can purchase passes to utilizeMore the pool facilities at City Hall: Seniors' and children's passes cost $5; the regular adult fee is $6. Forest River Pool is available to rent for private parties and events. There are showers, restrooms and a concession stand on the premises.