Completed in 1894, the Fillmore County Courthouse is a simplified version of the Richardson Romanesque style. The courthouse was designed by architect George E. McDonald and was modeled after the Gage County Courthouse in Beatrice. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the two-story brick building has a prominent three-story tower with a community clock installed by jeweler, W.P. McCall in 1909.
From the combined efforts of the county board and private citizens who call themselves "Friends of the Courthouse," a 2 million dollar renovation project has be ongoing since 1977 to update water, electrical and telephone lines, new heating and sprinkler systems, repairing the clock tower, replacing window, and numerous restoration projects along the entryways. As a result of the combined efforts of the people, the grand courthouse will serve the community in an efficient manner for another hundred years.
Visitors who approach the Fillmore County seat of government from north Ninth Street, tour the grounds where was veterans played croquet, study portraits of former county officials on its walls and absorb the atmosphere of its second floor courtroom, realize that the courthouse is not just a building, but a living museum. Its patrons are people who revere the past enough to preserve it for the education and appreciation of future generations.
Address: Ninth and G Street
Come visit us in Geneva, Nebraska
Court Reporter Fillmore County, NE (866) 357-1796 Nebraska Call us toll free: (800) 859-6164 http://www.courtreportingagency.com Professional Court Reporting...
Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Fillmore County, NE (866) 209-4366 Nebraska Lawsuit Settlement Call us toll free: (866) 209-4366 My name is Mitchell Proner, if yo...
Filmed at Geneva Nebraska near the Courthouse.
Megjithëse ka paraqitur prova te reja shtese, te cilat vërtetojnë se ish-Komandanti i Gardës, Ndrea Prendi është personi qe ka qëlluar ne 21 janar mbi protes...