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About District’s City Hall

Białołęka’s current Town Hall was completed in June of 1997 and is situated at 197 Modlińska Street. Grzegorz Stiasny and Jakub Wacławek, from Pracownia Aré Sp. z o.o. in Warsaw, designed the building. The Town Hall is a corner building that marks out street frontage, but the taller central section of the building dominates its appearance. With over six floors, the Town Hall has a total useable area of over 4482 m2 and a cubic content of 21 m3. The building is fully accessible for disabled persons.

The building’s main entrance leads directly to the Resident’s Inquires Department, along with the Information and Cashier’s Offices. The following departments are also located on the ground floor: Budget and Finance, Business Enterprise and Licenses, and the Administration and Citizenship Office. The Registry Office and Marriage Hall are located down the corridor.

The Town hall constitutes the seat of the district authorities. The Office’s of the Mayor, Deputy Mayors and Chairperson of the Council are located on the first floor. The Conference and Session Halls are both located on the first floor. The Conference Hall is the largest room in the building and is regarded by many as the most interesting. Primarily designed to accommodate District Council Sessions, which take place each month, the Conference Hall is also used to host temporary exhibitions. Various department offices occupy the other floors.

The Town Hall is surrounded by green area and a parking place for clients of the city council.

In a competition organized by the journal “Architektura-Murator” in 1998, the Białołęka Town Hall was recognized as Warsaw’s best public utility building. At that time, the Mayor received a prize from the President of the Capital City of Warsaw, a statuette created by the famous sculptor Adam Myjak, and a diploma from the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration.

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