People tend to check in during these times:
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Pay your parking tickets downstairs. Be ready for a bag check and metal detector before entering. Probably the safest place against a tornado in downtown Boston. It is built like a fortress.
There is a great, cheap deli on the eight floor
It's true: it is ugly. But the department of mental health is much uglier still.
Lobby off Scollay Square is the 3rd floor
Bring your checkbook!
Boston Greenfest come up to the Eco Lounge for great beer and wine that's cheap at City Hall Plaza. Enjoy free snacks, wine and beer in our great lounge area up the stairs by the Naked Grape tent.
I was especting to be the whole day here when i read the reviews... Turns out people are really nice and i was done in 10 minutes
"I have an idea! Lets just make everything concrete and throw some lights up!" "Seems legit"
Use your credit card to pay parking otherwise u bound to get a ticket with coins!
The metal detectors require each building entrant to remove belts, keys, pens, and all pens and coins. The process can take 5-10 minutes. Don't be late for meetings.
Ugly, not user friendly and unfriendly people working here. Time for a do-over for the city of boston.
The Registry Division (which oversees birth, death, and marriage certificates) is CLOSED on Wednesdays. Please plan your visit to City Hall accordingly.
If for whatever reason, you need to obtain your marriage certificate, don't make a trip there on wednesdays because they're closed every wednesdays!
The much maligned plaza is fanned shaped, as a reference to the famed palazzo in Siena, Italy (home to the Palio).
One of the world's ugliest buildings. Looks like it was designed by architects form the former Soviet Union.
If you're registering for anything...make it a marriage! It's the shortest line!
The ladies in the Registry Division (births, deaths, marriages) are really nice and helpful.
Everyone here is so nice and helpful. More than willing to help you with whatever
There's a cafe on the 8th floor with great soup! (you can check in there too!)
Surprisingly nice people working in the car excise tax dept. Like WHOA!
Bathrooms are on the 1st floor
The Chowder Fest was fun but why no tents for people to eat in the shade?
Worked with the Elderly Commission - Awesome People!
Stand in line and get a parking permit!