True or False: Community centres in America are called town halls?
- OldLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
False. Town Hall (or City Hall) is a center of government operations usually containing police, judicial, and administrative offices and contain facilities for holding public meetings for council and court use. A community center is usually a generic hall that doubles as a gymnasium or election polling place that may or may not contain recreation department offices.
- SOT3Lv 61 month ago
Town halls can contain a community center, but community centers can also be separate buildings (and usually are).
- KathyLv 71 month ago
Some of them are called town halls, and some of them are called community centers.
- OliveLv 71 month ago
False. In my town its called the Community Center