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Boulder City Hall (Boulder City Elementary School)
Built for the elementary- and high-school-age children of dam workers, the Spanish Colonial Revival building has a dignified appearance and location at the center of town, which favored its adaptation as the city's administrative premises. The hall has concrete walls clad with brick and a hipped roof of red tiles. The main entry is surrounded by a two-story projecting arcade of three arches sheltering double doors leading into the central lobby. Decorative brickwork in a geometric pattern enlivens the end walls and the frieze running around the building under the roofline.
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