Constructed in 1938-40 the Hurricane Library/City Hall is a one-story sandstone building with a raised basement. It has a concrete foundation, a hipped roof, and large, multi-pane metal sash windows. There are no architectural features that reflect a particular architectural style. The symmetrical facade has a central door flanked by a pair of large windows. Directly below that doorway and underneath the concrete porch is a basement level door. The interior has been modified only slightly over the years. Exterior alterations include three roof-mounted swamp coolers and a recent concrete handicap access ramp, which extends along the east side and wraps around to the front of the building. These alterations do not substantially affect the historic integrity of the building.
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