The Taipei Metro Taipei City Hall Station (Chinese: 市政府站; pinyin: Shìzhèngfǔ Zhàn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhī-chèng-hú Chām) is located in the Xinyi District of Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line).
The station is an underground structure with an island platform and four exits. The size of the station is larger than most other stations on the Nangang Line. The station is situated under Zhongxiao East Road, between Keelung Road and Songren Road. Washrooms are located outside of the fare area of the station. Due to crowding during New Year's festivities, automatic platform gates have been installed at this station.
In recent years, the station has gone through renovations to connect it with a bus transfer station, mall, and hotel above. The Taipei City Hall Bus Station opened for service on August 5, 2010. In February 2009, a 105.3 m (345 ft)-long vegetal wall was unveiled at the station for a two-month exhibition. It was expected to absorb 35.445 kg (78.14 lb) of carbon dioxide while releasing 26.094 kg (57.53 lb) of oxygen.