TOMALES TOWN HALL
1874 / 1931 / 2024
Built by early settlers in 1874, the Tomales Town Hall is one of the oldest continually used community buildings in California.
It sits in the center of the village of Tomales, among rolling hills and pastures in the northwest corner of Marin County, California.
In 1931, the Hall underwent a major renovation from which it received its distinctive facade. With its 150th anniversary approaching in 2024, we have embarked upon a second campaign to restore and upgrade the Hall.
The mission of the Hall is anchored in preserving the building and its history, and extends into programming of all kinds that might benefit the regional community.