The history of Liberty Hill could readily be available to residents and visitors in the coming months as the Liberty Hill Museum nears completion.

Zooming in

Local nonprofit organization the Liberty Hill Development Foundation is taking a portable building donated by Liberty Hill ISD and converting it into a museum that will be accessible to the public.

Located at 355 Main St., Liberty Hill, the roughly 1500-square-foot museum will include the history of Liberty Hill, various artifacts, a meeting room for the board and a storage area that will help with the rotation of the items on display.

“[The museum is] going to tell the truth about Liberty Hill,” said Craig Hanley, the Liberty Hill Development Foundation president.

Also of note

During its March 13 meeting, Liberty Hill City Council approved the Liberty Hill Development Foundation’s request to waive $1,575.80 in building fees for the Liberty Hill Museum, allowing construction work to continue.

Stay tuned

Hanley said the museum could reach completion in July or earlier depending on the remaining work to be done.

“We’re looking forward to [the museum]. It’s going to be beautiful,” he said.