For the last several months, the Buda City Council has discussed what to do with the current city hall, city hall annex, and library once the new City Hall/Library complex opens this summer. All three facilities are located in downtown Buda within the Main Street District. After evaluating different options, the City of Buda will release a Request for Proposals (RFP) on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, to solicit ideas for reuse of the current city hall and city hall annex properties. A RFP will not be issued for the current library as the city is considering reusing this facility as staff offices for the Tourism and Main Street departments along with a space for community organizations to gather.
About City Hall (121 S. Main Street)
Originally built in 1992 and expanded in 2003, the approximately 6,391 square foot facility currently serves as the administration offices for the City of Buda. The property is located in the heart of Buda’s historic downtown district. The City is soliciting proposals to enter into a lease for the reuse of this facility.
To learn more about this facility and to access the Request for Proposal solicitation, visit http://ci.buda.tx.us/121mainstreet.
About the City Hall Annex (100 Houston Street)
This approximately 7,500 square foot, two-story facility was once a sign shop and hardware store before serving as office space for the City of Buda Police and Planning/Engineering departments. The space was remodeled in approximately 2012. The City is soliciting proposals to either lease or purchase this facility.
To learn more about this facility and to access the Request for Proposal solicitation, visit
The City’s deadline for proposals is June 15, 2018 at 12 p.m. (noon). For questions, please contact City of Buda Purchasing Manager Victor Castillo at email@example.com or by phone at 512-312-0084.