This building is for use by public government entities, private nonprofit groups and philanthropic organizations as well as for rent by private citizens of Tempe. (** Please note: DUE TO COVID new restrictions are in place**)
Hatton Hall, located at 34 E. 7th Street (map it) in Tempe was completed in the spring of 1993 as part of the project to restore the residence of former Arizona Governor Benjamin B. Moeur. Hatton Hall was named to recognize and honor the legacy of Patricia A. Hatton (Pat). As the third woman to serve on the Tempe City Council and a volunteer for many humanitarian organizations Pat left a lasting mark on Tempe government, the delivery of services, and public policy. Pat continues to be dedicated to the Tempe community.
The project was made possible by a Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Federal Community Development Block Grant supplemented with City funds and professional services. The funding sources restrict its use to public government entities, private non-profit agencies, and philanthropic organizations. The 1300 square-foot meeting facility is available to citizens for private events. Citizens can rent Hatton Hall for a fee of $250.00 for five hours, plus $50.00 for each additional hour. Other fees and deposits may apply. For-profit businesses may not use the facility.
Hatton Hall has a maximum capacity of 53 persons. During COVID, occupancy maximum has been reduced to 26. Larger groups may use the charming yard for overflow, contact us for these COVID restrictions. For more information contact Tempe Community Council at 480.858.2300.