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Las Vegas city departments getting ready to move to new City Hall

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Steve Marcus

Construction continues on the new City Hall in downtown Las Vegas Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012.

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Construction continues on the new City Hall in downtown Las Vegas Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. Launch slideshow »

If you need to do some business this month with the city of Las Vegas, make sure you go to the right place — several offices are soon moving to the new City Hall, 495 S. Main St.

On Wednesday the Las Vegas City Council approved the final deal to sell the current City Hall complex, 400 Stewart Ave., to Resort Gaming Group, which will lease it to Zappos.com for at least 15 years.

That means all city offices at 400 Stewart Ave. will move by the end of the month.

Different departments are scheduled to move on different days to the new City Hall, which is between Main and First streets and Bonneville and Clark Avenues.

The city's website will have updates on the status of the move.

On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the following departments will move to the new building:

• City Clerk – second floor

• City Attorney’s Office – sixth floor

• City Auditor – sixth floor

• Human Resources – second floor

• Economic & Urban Development – sixth floor

• Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services – fifth floor

On Monday, Feb. 27, all city hall departments, including those listed below will be in the new building:

• Communications – seventh floor

• Cultural Affairs – fourth floor

• Economic & Urban Development – sixth floor

• Finance – fourth floor

• Human Resources – second floor

• Information Technologies – fifth floor

• KCLV – first floor

• Mayor & City Council – seventh floor

• Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services – fifth floor

• Sewer Bill Payments – fourth floor

The new City Hall will have an official grand opening on March 5.

Beginning on March 7, Las Vegas City Council meetings will take place in the new building. City Planning Commission meetings will begin March 13 at the new City Hall.

A public parking garage is at 500 Main St.

Construction costs on the new building have been estimated at $146 million, with total costs including financing, interest, closing costs, etc. coming to $185 million. The city has sold $185 million in bonds to finance the project.

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