The Town of Barnesville owns and maintains two properties that serve the community. These facilities are used for public events and in the case of the town hall can be rented for private functions. Barnesville’s Master Plan calls for the town to remain a “rural village” in appearance and function and these facilities are central to that effort.
BARNESVILLE TOWN HALL
The Barnesville Town Hall was donated to the town in 2003 and renovated in 2008. It was partially funded by a historic preservation grant from the Maryland Historical Trust. The building includes a versatile meeting room with a stage and a projection screen and a small office and storage area for the town. The meeting room is available to rent. Click below for rental rules and application forms. The availability of the space can be determined by sending an email to the town clerk at email@example.com.
The land for this park at the center of town was donated by Jan Lillard Burdette in 2019. It is being developed as an open space for the enjoyment of the town with help from a Program Open Space grant provided by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. With the involvement of the community and the town’s Beautification and Sustainable Barnesville committees, the park has been designed to be enjoyed by the town’s residents while creating a habitat for native plants and wildlife.