Alpharetta City Hall
This historic building served as the courthouse for the former Milton County when it merged with Fulton County in 1932. The signature red brick is accented by historic markers and city seals outside. Inside, local residents can attend City Council meetings in its chambers on the first floor, which has limited accessibility. The city has its roots in New Prospect Camp Ground, a small village formed along a Cherokee Indian trail. Later it was named Milton before being renamed Alpharetta, which is taken from the Greek "Alpha," or first, and "Retta," or town - First Town.
- Fax: 678-297-6001
- Hours: Mon-Thu 8:30am-5pm; Fri 8:30am-4:30pm; Closed Sat-Sun
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Founding Date: April 12, 1858
- What makes this community special?: Alpharetta's people and the city are a cohesive community. It's not jut a city, it truly is a community, said Assistant City Administrator James Drinkard. Neighbors enjoy working together and care about each other and the community in which they live.
- Services: City Hall includes the Finance department, with utility and tax payments and billing; Special Events; City Clerk's office, which handles alcoholic beverage permitting and public records; Public Information; Information Technology
- Parking: Free lot
- Public restrooms: Yes
- Wi-Fi: None