1938 Asheboro Municipal BuildingThings To Do -> History and Heritage -> Historic Landmarks (Asheboro)
The Asheboro Municipal Building is the city‘s foremost example of the Art Deco architectural style popular during the 1920s and 1930s. Constructed as a federal Public Works Administration project toward the end of the Great Depression, it is historically significant in that it was the city‘s first building constructed to combine all its government and public infrastructure including the fire and police, water, and tax departments; city administration, engineering, and the mayor‘s courtroom. Total cost of the building when completed was $73,215.
Public accessibility: Exterior views; interior by appt only
Disclaimer: Randolph County and its municipalities have designated a variety of historic landmarks. Just as with state and national historic landmarks, visitors should be aware that some are private and not open to the public. Please contact the Visitors Bureau for additional information regarding accessibility before traveling long distances.