Roswell Cultural Arts Center 950 Forest St, Roswell, GA30075 Roswell Cultural Arts Center, city-led, is dedicated to exposing the city of Roswell to performance and visual arts, and…More enriching the cultural life of the city. It features a 600-seat theater for performing arts and corporate meetings, meeting rooms, a large lobby/reception space, an exhibit hall and an archives and research library.
The Administrative offices of the city of Roswell keeps the local government running smoothly by providing residents…More with accurate and useful information as they need it.
The separate divisions within the administration include the City Administrator, city Building Operations, Community Relations, the City Clerk, Strategic Planning and Budgeting for the city, Grant Services, Human Resources, Court Services, the Municipal Judge, Legal and Information Technology.
The Roswell City Council also meets in council chambers every second and fourth Monday evening at 7 p.m. Months with a fifth Monday are used for an open forum style meeting at 7 p.m.
Visit the website for more information about each division.
Barrington Hall was built by Roswell King and his son, Barrington, during the 1830's when he acquired the land and…More began the Roswell Company. Barrington, president of the company, developed many successful cotton and woolen mills on the vast property.
After inviting other families to the area, it began to flourish and slowly developed into what we know today as the city of Roswell.
Barrington Hall was passed down from generation to generation until it was sold to the city during 2005 after undergoing an extensive and award-winning restoration.
Visitors may now tour the home to see many exquisite original details and furnishings.