Cleveland City Hall celebrated its Centennial in July 2016. It was dedicated by Mayor Harry Davis on July 4, 1916 and rededicated by Mayor Frank Jackson on July 1, 2016.
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Cleveland City Council president Kevin Kelley introduced his colleagues and spoke about the 100th anniversary of Cleveland City Hall at a Centennial celebration in the rotunda.
Director Michael Cox welcomed the crowd to the Rotunda of Cleveland City Hall and introduced Mayor Frank Jackson who spoke about the 100th anniversary of Cleveland City Hall at a Centennial celebration in the rotunda.
Director Michael Cox
Mayor Frank Jackson
Director Michael Cox announced the new Centennial plaque for Cleveland City Hall and Mayor Frank Jackson and Council President Kevin Kelley unveiled the replica at the 100th anniversary of Cleveland City Hall Centennial celebration in the rotunda.
Enjoy these other images from the event.
Crowd in the Rotunda
Chief Valarie McCall with Councilwomen
Phyllis Cleveland and Mamie Mitchell
Mayor Jackson and Council and other leaders
Councilwoman Dona Brady
Councilman Matt Zone and Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland
Councilman Jeff Johnson
Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell
Council President Kelley, Director Cox,
Honoree and Mayor Jackson