Town halls are buildings where town residents can socialize and engage in local politics relating to the town, county, borough, or shire. Not all towns may have them. They are likely located near the center of town (or in a defendable position), adjacent to a town square or park. They are home to local politicians, councils, town elders, councils, and others. They may be combined with or also serve as the quarters for the local police force, school, or other large central building.
Town halls offer worldbuilders chance to explore local communities. Consider the structure of the local culture and its’ organization. There may be other uses for the space beyond town meetings – consider dances, weddings, fairs, festivals, and religious ceremonies. In times of danger, a town hall may become a location of shelter.