King County Town & City Hall

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


Auburn City Hall 25 West Main Street Auburn WA 98001 253-931-3043


Bellevue City Hall 450 110th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-452-6800

Black Diamond City Hall 24301 Roberts Drive Black Diamond WA 98010 360-886-2560

Bothell City Hall 18305 101st Avenue Northeast Bothell WA 98011 425-486-3256

Carnation City Hall 4621 Tolt Avenue Carnation WA 98014 425-333-4192

Duvall City Hall 15535 Main Street Northeast Duvall WA 98019 425-788-1185

Federal Way City Hall 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 253-835-7000

Issaquah City Hall 1775 12th Avenue Northwest Issaquah WA 98027 425-837-3007

Kirkland City Hall 12421 Northeast 103rd Place Kirkland WA 98033 425-822-2459

Maple Valley City Hall 22035 Southeast Wax Road Maple Valley WA 98038 425-413-8800

Medina City Hall 501 Evergreen Point Road Medina WA 98039 425-454-9222

Mercer Island City Hall 9611 Southeast 36th Street Mercer Island WA 98040 206-236-5300

North Bend City Hall 211 Main Avenue North North Bend WA 98045 425-888-1211

Pacific City Hall 100 3rd Avenue Southeast Pacific WA 98047 253-833-2856

Redmond City Hall 15670 Northeast 85th Street Redmond WA 98052 425-556-2900

Renton City Hall 1055 South Grady Way Renton WA 98057 425-430-6400

Sammamish City Hall 801 228th Avenue Southeast Sammamish WA 98075 425-898-0660

Seattle City Hall 600 4th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 206-684-8888

Skykomish City Hall 119 4th Street North Skykomish WA 98288 360-677-2388

Snoqualmie City Hall 38624 Southeast River Street Snoqualmie WA 98065 425-888-1555

About Town & City Halls

Are all of a City or Town's operations located at Town or City Hall?

With the exception of very small cities and towns, municipal operations usually require multiple facilities located throughout the jurisdiction. In most cases, the Town or City Hall houses most of the operations that involve frequent citizen contact. However, many services may be located at sites other than Town or City Hall.

What are the hours of a Town or City Hall?

The hours vary from one city or town to the next, and may even vary among the departments housed at a City or Town Hall. In some cities and towns, the departments operating in Town or City Hall may only be open during regular business hours. However, more jurisdictions are adding or adjusting hours in order to accommodate citizens in need of services outside of traditional business hours.

Is Town or City Hall the place citizens go to vote?

Many cities and towns have multiple locations for voting, and Town or City Hall may be one of several polling sites. Typically, voters are assigned to a specific polling site based on their address. Voters should check with their local Registrar of Voters to determine where they go to vote.