Creston's Restored Depot was built in 1899, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 when it was restored as Creston's City Hall.
Currently, the first floor houses the Creston:Arts Gallery in the north room, the Congregate Meal Site on the east end and the Creston Model Railroad Club on the west end. The hallway in between houses a collection from the Leona Abbott estate of dolls depicting the Presidents and first ladies of the USA from George Washington through Bill Clinton.
The second floor houses City Offices and City Council Chambers. The Mayor, City Administrator, City Clerk, and Accounting Manager's offices are on the south side, and the Public Works Director, Building Inspector, and Public Works Administrative Assistant's offices are on the north Side. The City Council Chambers are on the northwest side.
The Mealsite located on the bottom floor at the east end of the Restored Depot is available to rent. Occupancy is 100 people when using the rectangle tables or 200 people if only chairs are being used. The rental rate is $75.00 for the first three hours and $10.00 for each additional hour used. Call 641-782-2000 to check availability. A rental agreement must be completed and payment must be made upon reservation.