National and State Register

Goldfield City Hall & Fire Station

Teller County

The simple two-story wood frame building has a flat roof.  The community erected the building in 1899.  By 1900, Goldfield was the third largest town in the booming Cripple Creek mining district. 

A view of the building with wood panels and sign that says 'City Hall' in the center.

Goldfield City Hall & Fire Station (1992 photograph.)

The building served as a city hall and fire station until 1940.  It is the only remaining public building in what is now virtually a ghost town.  The property is associated with the Mining Industry in Colorado Multiple Property Submission.