Interim City Manager Dana Muscott opened the doors to the newly renovated city hall for a sneak peak available only on NBC25.
It has been more than three years since the historic landmark caught fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation; however, city employees are preparing to move in permanently on Thursday.
Since the fire in 2010 city officials and employees have been operating in five different areas of the city.
"The most impact was on our citizens trying to make payments because we were spread out and it was hard for them," said Muscott.
Tune into NBC25 news at 6 for a full look at the new city hall before it opens to the public on Thursday.