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  • Exterior with fountain - Photo courtesy of George Westlund
  • First floor Rotunda Ceiling - Photo courtesy of Rick Evans
  • First Floor Rotunda ceiling detail - Photo courtesy of Rick Evans
  • Fourth Floor Rotunda - Photo courtesy of Rick Evans
  • Grand Opening - Taken at the Grand Opening of the Atascadero City Hall on August 20th, 2013
  • Photo courtesy of Tim Griffith
  • Photo Courtesy of Luke & Liz Phillips Photography

History

Originial construction of the Historic Atascadero City Hall began in 1914 and was completed in 1918.   In 2003, the building sustained significant damaged in the San Simeon Earthquake.  After being closed for 10 years, and undergoing extensive renovations and retrofitting, the building re-opened in August 2013.

For a detailed history of the building and to learn more about the renovation process, please click HERE.

During the renovation process, four historic fountains that grace the corners the building were restored to their original beauty.  Builty with the original construction, the fountains stopped working decades ago and were converted into planters. Please read about the restoration process HERE.

 

Visit Historic Atascadero City Hall

The Historic Atascadero City Hall is open Monday - Thursday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.  Part of the Atascadero Historical Society Museum is housed in the building, and the tours give a fascinating history of the building and Atascadero.

Docent led tours are available as follows: Monday - Thursday at 12 pm, and by appointment. 

How to schedule a tour:  To schedule a tour with a Historical Society Docent, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or call 805-466-8341.  Please note that the Atascadero Historical Society is a volunteer based organization and therefore emails will likely recieve a faster response.  

Fee: Tours of the Atascadero City Hall and Historical Society Museum are complementary, and there is a donation box for the Atascadero Historical Society in the lobby of City Hall.

Rental Information

The Historic Atascadero City Hall may be rented for meetings. Please click HERE for more information.

This Historic Atascadero City Hall may also be rented for Special Events on Saturdays and Sundays.  Please click HERE for more information.

 

 

Category: Parks & Facilities

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Category: Parks & Facilities
RENT A ROOM AT THE COLONY PARK COMMUNITY CENTER!

The Community Center is a brand new state of the art facility that is available to rent. It has an conference room complete with 12 lap tops, arts & crafts room with sinks, dance room and a full size gymnasium that seats up to 800 people for your event. For more information on renting the Community Center for your event please call 805-470-3426.

To rent a room at the Community Center you must complete the Rental Contract.

The rates vary by user group; Atascadero resident, Non-resident & Non-profit (tax ID # required).

Other forms: Security Deposit Form & Gym Floor Plan

Category: Parks & Facilities
Rental rates for the Pavilion on the Lake vary depending on the room, the day of the week, and the time of day. Atascadero residents receive a different rate because their taxes already help partially fund the facility. Non-profits groups receive a discount with a valid tax id number. Please click on the appropriate link below for current rates:


Room Rental Rates

 

Wedding Packages

Wedding (non-Atascadero resident)

Wedding (Atascadero resident)

Category: Parks & Facilities


Skate Park Facility Rental
The A-Town Skate Park is available for private, supervised rental, during closed hours. For rental fees and availability, please call
(805) 461-7606.

















Category: Parks & Facilities

Parks & Facilities

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