City Hall scrim

PHOTOS: Themed Scrims Cover Disneyland Firehouse and City Hall During Refurbishment

Shannen Ace

The Disneyland firehouse and City Hall are now covered in themed scrims, blocking the view of scaffolding and refurbishment work.

Disneyland Firehouse & City Hall

Disneyland firehouse scrim

Construction walls and scaffolding went up around the Town Square buildings last month. Themed scrims briefly covered the scaffolding in late January before being removed. They’re now back, making the construction zones look slightly nice from the outside.

Disneyland firehouse scrim

The scrims resemble the buildings they cover. Funny enough, the Fire Department scrim has a Christmas tree in the center window.

The real window usually displays a lamp that is always illuminated. The second story rooms were Walt Disney’s apartment and the light represents his continued presence in the park. The lamp was replaced in 2022 but still remains lit (at least, when visible). Guests can visit the apartment during the Walt’s Main Street Story tour.

City Hall scrim

Both the firehouse and City Hall are still open during refurbishment of their exteriors. City Hall is the park’s main guest services location. Stanchions and ropes lead out of an opening in the construction walls, creating a queue.

City Hall scrim

The construction is likely a standard refurbishment and we don’t expect to see any major changes to the façades.

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