Colorado Springs City Hall - Trost Society

Colorado Springs City Hall

The Colorado City (today’s Colorado Springs) 1883 City Hall, designed by Weston & Trost, was located on South Nevada Avenue between Pike’s Peak Avenue and Huerfano Street, according to period Colorado Springs City Directories. It was replaced by a new City Hall only 5 years after it was erected, and the Trost/Weston structure was demolished in 1931. The 1888 City Hall is registered in the National Register of Historic Places and is extant. For more information on the Weston/Trost building, please see

— Mark Stone

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Type: Government
Construction Date: Jan 1, 1882
Address: 430 E Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, USA
Condition: Demolished