There is no immediate need to construct dedicated government buildings. Because of the small size of government-lite towns, they can effectively operate out of smaller, existing office space, something often readily available in communities like ours. After a new town has operated for several years, local leaders may consider building dedicated offices if it suits the needs of the local municipality.
Leasing office space removes the requirement for large capital investments. Also, because most services are contracted in government-lite municipalities, there is often little need to house and maintain vehicle fleets, store supplies, etc. This reduces building and office costs considerably.