Hampstead’s Town Hall was built in 1916 by James Alexander Baillie, a real estate developer, who purchased land in the newly incorporated Town of Hampstead. The home was built as a wedding gift for his son, James Austin Baillie, who served as Mayor from 1924 – 1927, and 1930 – 1931.
Located on the corner of Queen Mary Road and Stratford, it has the distinction of being one of the first houses ever built in Hampstead.
In 1942, James Austin Baillie donated his home to the Town, and it has been the seat of Hampstead’s municipal government ever since.
HAMPSTEAD TOWN HALL
5669 Queen Mary Road
Hamptead, QC H3X 1W5
T.: 514 369-8200
F.: 514 369-8229
TOWN HALL OFFICE HOURS:
Monday to Friday; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Please note that our offices are closed on statutory holidays, including the following dates: May 19, June 24, July 1 and Labour Day Monday.