From 1914 through 1963, the former Eugene High School building served as the city hall. The building was razed...
... and a Chase bank was built on the lot:
The new city lasted from 1964 until 2015, when it was deemed unsafe and inadequate for the current needs of the city government
City Hall demolished, 2015
Built, 1904 -- Destroyed, 1960
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Built, 1888 -- Destroyed, 1969
Inside, years of deferred maintenance furthered the perception of old City Hall as a piece of obsolete junk that fire inspectors had once condemned.
“It’s an old trick,” said Dennis Morrow, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul parish and the Grand Rapids Diocese archivist. “They weren’t doing anything to fix City Hall. If the toilet broke, they put up an ‘out-of-order’ sign and let it stay there for weeks. When people complained, they’d say ‘Yeah, we need a new building.’"
Built, 1886 -- Destroyed to make way for a parking lot, 1955
San Jose, California
Built, 1889 -- Destroyed, 1961
San Rafael, Clifornia
Built, 1909 -- Destroyed, 1966
Here is a sad example from Winnipeg, Canada. In 1962, in spite of opposition, this building......
... was demolished and replaced with this: