The city of Sherrill, the smallest city in the state of New York, has developed a civic complex, including a new courthouse and the Public Safety Building. The Sherrill City Hall is the third and final part of this complex. The City Hall is the most prominent part of the complex. Its styling is derived from the simple 1920s vernacular common to both the city’s residential and commercial architecture. The 3,800-square-foot one-story building utilizes brick, decorative concrete unit masonry, and a shingled, wood-truss roof system to create an appropriately scaled, high-quality civic image at a moderate cost.