This building was erected in 1927 and was designed in the image of Independence Hall (PA). It housed the police department and jail until 1956 and then served the growing Jewish population for religious services while synagogues were built in the 1950s through the 1980s. The building has key architectural elements including a small gold dome, color tile accents, prominent columns at the main entrance, and window arches. The columns designate the Village Hall as an iconic building and symbolize power or authority.