The Stillwater Building, located at 316 N. 26th St. in downtown Billings, is the future home of city hall offices. Departments located in the Stillwater Building will include Parks, Finance, Municipal Court, City Attorney, Code Enforcement, Parking, Police Department, Community Development, Public Works (engineers, technicians, and inspectors), Planning, City Council Chambers, the mayor's office, Human Resources, Administration, City Clerk and I.T.
Resiliency - The project has the ability to succeed through time with consideration of future adaptation and durability.
Co-locate City Office - The Stillwater Building is an architectural space that celebrates user collaboration by integrating clear design layouts and welcoming space while focusing on well-being and productivity.
Community Expectation - Create a thriving community by selecting a site that is central to the community, reflects the community's identity and is easily reachable. Acknowledge and reinforce the future and perception of what city hall means to downtown Billings and the entire community.
Fiscal Responsibility - A design that values the economy by considering existing infrastructure.
User Experience - Creating a positive experience for all users of city hall, including staff and the public.