The building dates from 1860 and replaced the old town hall, built in 1732 on the site that now occupies a hostel
Located in the Plaza de la Constitución, it has witnessed many pages of the history of the town. Renovated in 2010, but respecting its traditional character in mortar and stone, it features 4 floors and an inner courtyard.
The clock that crowns it, belonged to the old porcelain and glass factory and its machinery is currently displayed in La Casa de la Cultura.
From its balconies is banged “el chupinazo” that marks the beginning of the festivities in honor of the Virgin of the Candelaria and San Blas, the days 2nd and 3th of February respectively. Long ago they would preside from there the traditional bullfights.
At the entrance of the town hall is found a block of granite from the Aqueduct of Segovia. This piece constitutes a further symbol of the Segovian roots of Valdemorillo, dating back as it has been said, to the twelfth century.
It is located under the plaque already existing on the Consistorial facade, which recognizes the Villa with the title of "People of the Land of Segovia”, belonging to the Sexmo de Casarrubios, in turn framed within the Community of the City and Land of Segovia to which it belonged, until the provincial division in 1833, when many of the towns that constituted it, became to form part of Madrid´s province.
In different distributions made to repair the aqueduct and walls of the city of Segovia, made in the XV century, Valdemorillo appears like a place of Sexmo de Casarrubios, belonging to the city of Segovia.
Valdemorillo obtained the title of Villa exempted of the city of Segovia in 1628, a fact that, since a few years ago, is remembered in September´s fiestas with a street theatre play represented by the own neighbours.