Polk County Town & City Hall

Find Polk County Florida town & city halls. Town and city halls provide information on government agencies, boards, commissions, committees, departments, and elected officials.

Auburndale City Hall 1 Bobby Green Pl Auburndale FL 33823 863-965-5530

Bartow City Hall 450 North Wilson Avenue Bartow FL 33830 863-534-0100

Davenport City Hall 1 South Allapaha Avenue Davenport FL 33837 863-419-3300

Dundee Town Hall 105 Center Street Dundee FL 33838 863-419-3100

Eagle Lake City Hall 75 North 7th Street Eagle Lake FL 33839 863-293-4141

Fort Meade City Hall 8 West Broadway Street Fort Meade FL 33841 863-285-1100

Frostproof City Hall 111 West 1st Street Frostproof FL 33843 863-635-7855

Haines City City Hall 502 East Hinson Avenue Haines FL 33844 863-421-3650

Haines City Town Hall 502 East Hinson Avenue Haines FL 33844 863-421-3600

Hillcrest Heights Town Hall 151 North Scenic Highway Babson Park FL 33827 863-638-2732

Lake Alfred City Hall 120 East Pomelo Street Lake Alfred FL 33850 863-291-5747

Lake Hamilton Town Hall 100 Smith Avenue Dundee FL 33838 863-439-1910

Lake Wales City Hall 201 West Central Avenue Lake Wales FL 33853 863-678-4182

Lakeland City Hall 228 South Massachusetts Avenue Lakeland FL 33801 863-834-6000

Polk City City Hall 123 Broadway Boulevard Southeast Polk City FL 33868 863-984-1375

Polk City Town Hall 203 Lakeshore Drive Polk City FL 33868 863-984-2334

Winter Haven City Hall 451 3rd Street Northwest Winter Haven FL 33881 863-291-5600

What are Town and City Halls?

Town halls and city halls are the administrative centers of local government. They coordinate services for citizens, resolve minor complaints, and manage local infrastructure and development projects. A town hall or city hall also usually has the offices and administrative staffs of local government agencies, boards, committees, commissions, departments and elected officials. They may also provide historical or cultural information about the area, as well as host cultural or educational events for citizens.

Traditionally, a city hall also provides a venue for regularly-scheduled open meetings at which citizens may ask questions, present grievances and receive current information from their local elected officials.