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The Guy C. Larcom Jr. City Hall and the Ann Arbor Justice Center are separate buildings with a shared address: 301 E. Huron.

Services located at Larcom City Hall include: (first floor) Customer Service Center and Community Services; (second floor) Clerk's Office and Council Chambers; (third floor) City Administrator, City Attorney, Mayor's Office and Communications Office; (fourth floor) Systems Planning and Project Management; (fifth floor) Assessor, Treasury, and Finance; (sixth floor) Human Resources and Public Services Administration. Services located at the Justice Center include the 15th District Court, Ann Arbor Police Department, and City Information Technology Unit.

For general information, see the city website at a2gov.org, or call the customer service center, (734) 794-6320. If you have a question about a specific city service, see the "Resident and Business Services" boxes in the print guide (available online at City Services, A-Z). Additional city phone numbers can be located using a dial-by-name feature via the automated attendant number, (734) 794-6000.

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