Fullerton Police Department (Old City Hall) – Fullerton CA

Description

"Presently occupied by Fullerton Police Department, this graceful three-level building with Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was originally dedicated as the City Hall in July 1942. The concrete building is L-shaped, with a three-story tower and cupola placed at the central corner. A sunken courtyard featuring noteworthy tile work serves the basement. This building, complemented by fine detail work, is the most dramatic of the several W.P.A. projects of the 1930s in Fullerton."

Source notes

http://www.ci.fullerton.ca.us/depts/dev_serv/planning_/historic_fullerton/1931_1946_non_residential/fullerton_city_hall.asp

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Location Info


237 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832

Location notes:
This Spanish Colonial Revival building was originally the Fullerton City Hall, but has been the Police department since 1963.

Coordinates: 33.870869, -117.928177

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