The Palace became the Town Hall in the second half of the fourteenth century, when Count Antonio da Montefeltro II took possession of the city. The current building is the result of the amalgamation of several buildings. The new eighteenth-century facade was adorned at the top by an icon in mosaic depicting the Madonna and Child. Between the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century it was modified the entrance and the main staircase leading to the various floors of the building. Inside is a marble panel with included various iron rods, the local unit of the fifteenth century. On the main facade there are some commemorative plaques.