City of Navasota Municipal Complex
PGAL designed this 30,000-square-foot municipal complex and downtown streetscape to complement Navasota’s historic 1903 City Hall.
PGAL provided master planning, programming, and bond referendum support as well as preliminary and final design for the new City Hall, which includes public safety and police and courts facilities and an emergency operation center. The design team was challenged to recreate the City of Navasota's early architecture, most of which was built in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Most importantly, the design of the new building has a similar look to the original 1903 City Hall.
The 30,000-square-foot building now houses the police department, city administration, municipal courts, and public works. The public safety facilities include police operations, 9-1-1 area, community room, forensic facility, secured detention area, jail facility, property room for evidence storage, records retention, fitness area, interview/interrogation room, evidence processing area, and a sally port.
- 30,000-square-foot municipal complex and downtown streetscape
- Administration offices, public works department, police department, and forensics unit
- 75-seat council chamber that doubles as the municipal courtroom