“This building is such a rich part of the history of our county,” Riley said. “It is the people’s building and I love the opportunity to show it off to our residents and visitors.”
Riley said he and his staff regularly gives tours to people who stop in for a visit.
“Sometimes while driving by the courthouse on a weekend I will see people out taking pictures or looking around the outside of the courthouse,” he said. “It is a joy for me to park and go introduce myself to them and offer them a tour of the inside. It is just an honor to work here and a privilege to share with others.”
For more information on tours, contact Riley’s Project Coordinator and Public Information Officer Joel Kertok at 817-598-6166.
No outside food or drinks are allowed in the building.