N. Fulton city to hold event with tours, live music for new city hall 


Milton will host a grand opening celebration for its new City Hall next month.

The public is invited to tour city hall, attend the opening ceremony and listen to live music by The American Flyers

The April 29 event is free to attend, but attendees can purchase $25 tickets for a dinner that includes a buffet, coffee and dessert. Soft drinks, beer and wine will also be available for purchase.

VIDEO: Watch a timelapse of Milton City Hall coming to life

MORE: It’s official: This N. Fulton city hall is moving to giant new digs

Guided city hall tours will take place from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., followed by a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony at 6:45 p.m at 2006 Heritage Walk. 

Free remote parking and trolley service to and from the event will be available at Crabapple First Baptist Church beginning at 4 p.m. (The final trolley will depart city hall at 11 p.m.)

The event is sponsored by Northside Hospital, AT&T, Gas South and Jamison Private Wealth Management.

The city broke ground on the new property Dec. 1, 2015. 


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