Constructed in 1968, Ligonier Town Hall functions as the central point for the community and local government.
Ligonier is a historic town and tourist destination in rural Westmoreland County. The town is the site of a reconstruction of Fort Ligonier, an example of a frontier fort of the French & Indian War (1754-1763).
Town Hall is located in Ligonier's downtown, an area known by the locals as The Diamond. It is a handsome example of colonial-style architecture constructed of red brick with impressive white columns at the entrance.
Inside are key municipal offices along with the offices of the state representative, the local chamber of commerce and the region's tourist bureau.
Community events are often held in the meeting rooms, the spacious 250-seat auditorium and the multipurpose community room.
Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
A parking lot is located behind the building.