Built in the 1960s, Memphis City Hall is a 300,000 square feet building that takes up half a city block and currently houses several City Divisions including Finance, Housing and Public Development, Planning, Communications, and City Council support staff. City Council chambers are located on the first floor of City Hall, and an outdoor plaza connects the building with other entities.
In 2020, City Hall started undergoing major improvements to the building façade, and sections of the exterior continue to be blocked off for construction purposes as those projects are ongoing.
While the City offers walk-in services to its residents in person at City Hall, the City of Memphis is dedicated to securely providing as many services as it can online.
- Pay Traffic Fine
- Pay Property Taxes
- Report a pothole, roadside litter or missed trash pickup 311
- Report a concern or dangerous condition 311
- Waste Collection Schedule
- Abandon homes, lots or vehicles Code Violation
- Report a street light outage
Memphis Data Hub is an online tool that allows citizens to see how well the City is serving them.
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