Established 1931

Built as a post office in 1930, the Georgian-Revival federal building was renamed in 2000 to honor Woodrow Wilson Jones, a native of Rutherford County who served in Congress and was appointed as a federal judge.

Today it serves as home to Rutherford Town Revitalization (RTR), several private offices, a community meeting hall, office for Rutherford County Tourism Development Authority (TDA) and a Visitor Center.