The Roxas City Hall is a three storey building that serves as the chief administrative building and the home of the city government of Roxas City, the capital city of Capiz, in the Philippines. It is one of the distinct landmarks in the city.
I went here at 6:44 a.m. on September 20, 2013. This was during my first time in Capiz, the 28st province on my list.
In 2008, Roxas City Hall went under renovation using the designs by Margie Maestro, the city’s architect. Maestro made use of Capiz shells for the Mayor’s Office and glass for its balcony. Blessing and inauguration was held on September 12, 2008.
Roxas City Hall is located in the center of the city where major government buildings and landmarks, are located. The Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral, Rizal Monument, Roxas City Rotunda, Roxas City Bandstand, (Panubli-on) Roxas City Museum, Capiz Provincial Capitol, Ancestral House of President Manuel A. Roxas, Balay Capiznon, El Pueblo de Capiz, Colegio dela Purisima Concepcion, and the Roxas City Bridge are within walking distance from the city hall.