Kyle City Hall

Kyle, Texas

The historic 1912 Kyle City Hall is one of the most historically significant buildings in the City of Kyle. Constructed in the Mission Revival style by architect R.L. Thomas of Austin, Texas, the building remains at the heart of the central community park and is a defining landmark to downtown Kyle. The City Hall has undergone many alterations through the years, hiding or eliminating a significant amount of the building’s historic character.

Architexas was commissioned by the City of Kyle to restore and rehabilitate the structure to act as a centralized city building for community use and an activities center for senior citizens. Exterior work included the restoration of the brick masonry and stucco, reconstruction of the east entry, addition of railings and guard rails at the east entry, replacement of the roofing and addition of gutters and leaders, repair of stucco finish, replacement of the wood window and door assemblies, and repair of the wood soffit. Interior work included restoration of the grand auditorium space and the addition of a catering kitchen, ADA restrooms, and storage.