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Heights of State Capitols

This is a list of state and territorial capitols in the United States, the building or complex of buildings from which the government of each U.S. state and organized territory, along with Washington, D.C., exercises its authority. While most states (39 of the 50) use the term "capitol" for their state's seat of government, Indiana and Ohio use the term "Statehouse" and eight states use "State House": Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont. Delaware has a "Legislative Hall". The State of Alabama has a State Capitol, but the Legislature has, since 1985, met in the State House.

A capitol typically contains the meeting place for its state's legislature and offices for the state's governor, though this is not true for every state. The legislatures of Alabama, Nevada, and North Carolina meet in other nearby buildings, but their governor's offices remain in the capitol. The Arizona State Capitol is now strictly a museum and both the legislature and the governor's office are in nearby buildings. Only Arizona does not have its governor's office in the state capitol, though in Delaware, Ohio, Michigan, Vermont, and Virginia,[1] the office there is for ceremonial use only.

In nine states, the state's highest court also routinely meets in the capitol: Indiana, Kentucky, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma (both civil and criminal courts), Pennsylvania (one of three sites), South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The other 40 states have separate buildings for their supreme courts, though in Minnesota and Utah the high court also have ceremonial meetings at the capitol.[clarification needed]

Eleven of the fifty state capitols do not feature a dome: Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia.[2]

Forty-four capitols are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, marked with NRHP. Nineteen of those are further designated as National Historic Landmarks, marked with NHL

Table of State Capitols

Picture Capitol name Location Years of current capitol construction Height (feet) Notes
Alabama State Capitol, Montgomery, West view 20160713 1.jpg

Alabama State House Apr2009.jpg

Alabama State Capitol

Alabama State House

Montgomery
32°22?38.81?N 86°18?3.39?W / 32.3774472°N 86.3009417°W / 32.3774472; -86.3009417 (Alabama State Capitol)

32°22?37.294?N 86°17?57.991?W / 32.37702611°N 86.29944194°W / 32.37702611; -86.29944194 (Alabama State House)

1850-1851
1885 (East wing)
1903-1906 (South wing)
1911-1912 (North wing)

1960 (State House; the Legislature moved into the building in 1985)

119 [3] NHL

Original meeting site for the Provisional Confederate Congress (1861) NRHP

The State Capitol is only used for ceremonial meetings; actual government meetings are held in the State House

Alaska State Capitol Building.jpg Alaska State Capitol Juneau
58°18?7.91?N 134°24?37.68?W / 58.3021972°N 134.4104667°W / 58.3021972; -134.4104667 (Alaska State Capitol)
1929-1931 118 [4]
AZ State Capitol Building 80635.JPG

Arizona State Capitol House of Representatives DSC 2702 ad.JPG

Arizona State Capitol State Senate Building DSC 2703 ad.JPG

Arizona State Capitol Executive Tower DSC 2708 ad.JPG

Arizona State Capitol

Arizona House of Representatives

Arizona Senate

Arizona Executive tower

Phoenix
33°26?53.15?N 112°5?49.54?W / 33.4480972°N 112.0970944°W / 33.4480972; -112.0970944 (Arizona State Capitol)
1899-1900 (State Capitol)

1960 (House of Representatives and Senate buildings)

1974 (Executive tower)

92 [5] NRHP

The State Capitol Building no longer hosts government meetings; The office of the Governor is located in the Executive tower

ArkansasCapitol - 31409(60).JPG Arkansas State Capitol Little Rock
34°44?48.33?N 92°17?19.54?W / 34.7467583°N 92.2887611°W / 34.7467583; -92.2887611 (Arkansas State Capitol)
1899-1915 230 [6] NRHP
Sacramento Capitol 2013.jpg California State Capitol Sacramento
38°34?35.66?N 121°29?36.28?W / 38.5765722°N 121.4934111°W / 38.5765722; -121.4934111 (California State Capitol)
1860-1874 247 [7] NRHP
Coloradocapitolhill2.JPG Colorado State Capitol Denver
39°44?20.74?N 104°59?5.63?W / 39.7390944°N 104.9848972°W / 39.7390944; -104.9848972 (Colorado State Capitol)
1886-1907 272 [8] NRHP
Exactly one mile above sea level
Connecticut State Capitol, February 24, 2008.jpg Connecticut State Capitol Hartford
41°45?50.89?N 72°40?58?W / 41.7641361°N 72.68278°W / 41.7641361; -72.68278 (Connecticut State Capitol)
1872-1879 257 [9] NHL

NRHP

Delaware State Capitol.jpg Delaware Legislative Hall Dover
39°9?26.3?N 75°31?11?W / 39.157306°N 75.51972°W / 39.157306; -75.51972 (Delaware State Capitol)
1933
1965-1970 (north and south wings)
1994 (expansion of east wings)
70 (est.) [10] The Old Statehouse, used from 1792 to 1932, is listed on the NRHP.
Old and New Florida State Capitol, Tallahassee, East view 20160711 1.jpg Florida State Capitol Tallahassee
30°26?17.2?N 84°16?53.76?W / 30.438111°N 84.2816000°W / 30.438111; -84.2816000 (Florida State Capitol)
1973-1977 322 [11] Newest state capitol
Second largest state capitol
Georgia State Capitol, Atlanta, Northwest view 20160716 1.jpg Georgia State Capitol Atlanta
33°44?57.38?N 84°23?17.74?W / 33.7492722°N 84.3882611°W / 33.7492722; -84.3882611 (Georgia State Capitol)
1883-1889 272 [12] NHL

NRHP

Hawaii State Capitol, Honolulu.jpg Hawaii State Capitol Honolulu
21°18?26.43?N 157°51?26.16?W / 21.3073417°N 157.8572667°W / 21.3073417; -157.8572667 (Hawaii State Capitol)
1960-1969 100 (est.)[13] Part of the NRHP Hawaii Capital Historic District
Second newest state capitol
Idaho Capitol Building.JPG Idaho State Capitol Boise
43°37?3.71?N 116°11?58.61?W / 43.6176972°N 116.1996139°W / 43.6176972; -116.1996139 (Idaho State Capitol)
1905-1913
1919-1920 (wings)
2008-2010 (underground wings)
208 [14] NRHP
Illinois State Capitol pano.jpg Illinois State Capitol Springfield
39°47?54.66?N 89°39?17.6?W / 39.7985167°N 89.654889°W / 39.7985167; -89.654889 (Illinois State Capitol)
1884-1887 (construction) 361 [15] NRHP
Tallest non-skyscraper capitol, including Washington D.C.
StateCapitolIndiana.jpg Indiana Statehouse Indianapolis
39°46?7?N 86°9?45?W / 39.76861°N 86.16250°W / 39.76861; -86.16250 (Indiana Statehouse)
1877-1888[16] 256 [17] NRHP
Des Moines 20090110 State Capitol.JPG Iowa State Capitol Des Moines
41°35?28.24?N 93°36?13.93?W / 41.5911778°N 93.6038694°W / 41.5911778; -93.6038694 (Iowa State Capitol)
1871-1886 275 [18] NRHP
Kansas Statehouse 2015.jpg Kansas State Capitol Topeka
39°2?52.83?N 95°40?41.36?W / 39.0480083°N 95.6781556°W / 39.0480083; -95.6781556 (Kansas State Capitol)
1866-1873 (east wing)
1879-1881 (west wing)
1884-1906 (center)
326 [19] NRHP
Kentucky State Capitol Front.jpg Kentucky State Capitol Frankfort
38°11?12.4?N 84°52?31.2?W / 38.186778°N 84.875333°W / 38.186778; -84.875333 (Kentucky State Capitol)
1905-1910 210 [20] NRHP
Louisiana State Capitol Building.jpg Louisiana State Capitol Baton Rouge
30°27?25.46?N 91°11?14.66?W / 30.4570722°N 91.1874056°W / 30.4570722; -91.1874056 (Louisiana State Capitol)
1930-1932 450 [21] NHL

NRHP
Tallest state capitol

MaineStateHouse1.JPG Maine State House Augusta
44°18?26.05?N 69°46?54.04?W / 44.3072361°N 69.7816778°W / 44.3072361; -69.7816778 (Maine State House)
1828-1832
1889-1891 (wing)
1909-1911 (wings)
185 [22] NRHP
2006 09 19 - Annapolis - Sunset over State House.JPG Maryland State House Annapolis
38°58?43?N 76°29?28?W / 38.97861°N 76.49111°W / 38.97861; -76.49111 (Maryland State House)
1772-1797[23] 181 [24] NHL

NRHP
Oldest active state capitol

Mass statehouse eb1.jpg Massachusetts State House Boston
42°21?27.75?N 71°3?48.83?W / 42.3577083°N 71.0635639°W / 42.3577083; -71.0635639 (Massachusetts State House)
1795-1798 200 (est.)[25] NHL

NRHP

U.S. Historic District Contributing property

Michigan state capitol.jpg Michigan State Capitol Lansing
42°44?1.42?N 84°33?20.12?W / 42.7337278°N 84.5555889°W / 42.7337278; -84.5555889 (Michigan State Capitol)
1871-1878 270 [26] NHL

NRHP

Minnesota State Capitol 2017.jpg Minnesota State Capitol Saint Paul
44°57?18.53?N 93°6?8.05?W / 44.9551472°N 93.1022361°W / 44.9551472; -93.1022361 (Minnesota State Capitol)
1893-1905 223 [27] NRHP
Mississippi State Capitol, Jackson, Mississippi (3931963863).jpg Mississippi State Capitol Jackson
32°18?14?N 90°10?56?W / 32.30389°N 90.18222°W / 32.30389; -90.18222 (Mississippi State Capitol)
1901-1903 180 [28] NRHP
MissouriCapitol.jpg Missouri State Capitol Jefferson City
38°34?44.83?N 92°10?22.77?W / 38.5791194°N 92.1729917°W / 38.5791194; -92.1729917 (Missouri State Capitol)
1911-1917 238 [29] NRHP
MK01799 Montana State Capitol.jpg Montana State Capitol Helena
46°35?8.52?N 112°1?6.24?W / 46.5857000°N 112.0184000°W / 46.5857000; -112.0184000 (Montana State Capitol)
1896-1902
1909-1912 (wings)
165 [30] NRHP
Nebraska State Capitol at night.jpg Nebraska State Capitol Lincoln
40°48?29.12?N 96°41?58.51?W / 40.8080889°N 96.6995861°W / 40.8080889; -96.6995861 (Nebraska State Capitol)
1919-1932 400 [31] NHL

NRHP
Second tallest state capitol

Carson city nevada capitol.jpg

NevadaLegislatureBuilding.jpg

Nevada State Capitol

Nevada Legislature

Carson City
39°9?50.67?N 119°45?58.65?W / 39.1640750°N 119.7662917°W / 39.1640750; -119.7662917 (Nevada State Capitol)
1869-1871

1971 (New Legislative building)

112 [32] NRHP

The State Capitol is no longer used for Government meetings, which are now held in the Nevada Legislature building

Concord New Hampshire state house 20041229.jpg New Hampshire State House Concord
43°12?24.29?N 71°32?17.26?W / 43.2067472°N 71.5381278°W / 43.2067472; -71.5381278 (New Hampshire State House)
1815-1818 150 [33]
NJ Capitol.JPG New Jersey State House Trenton
40°13?13.57?N 74°46?11.65?W / 40.2204361°N 74.7699028°W / 40.2204361; -74.7699028 (New Jersey State House)
1792 145 [34]
New Mexico State Capitol east entrance.jpg New Mexico State Capitol Santa Fe
35°40?56.21?N 105°56?22.77?W / 35.6822806°N 105.9396583°W / 35.6822806; -105.9396583 (New Mexico State Capitol)
1964-1966 35 (est.)[35] Only round state capitol
NYSCapitolPanorama.jpg New York State Capitol Albany
42°39?9.19?N 73°45?26.36?W / 42.6525528°N 73.7573222°W / 42.6525528; -73.7573222 (New York State Capitol)
1867-1899 220 [36] NHL

NRHP

U.S. Historic District Contributing property

North Carolina State Capitol, Raleigh.jpg
NC Legislature.JPG
North Carolina State Capitol

North Carolina State Legislative Building

Raleigh
35°46?49?N 78°38?21?W / 35.78028°N 78.63917°W / 35.78028; -78.63917 (North Carolina State Capitol)
35°46?59.53?N 78°38?20.24?W / 35.7832028°N 78.6389556°W / 35.7832028; -78.6389556 (North Carolina State Legislative Building)
1833-1840

1963 (Legislative Building)

98 [37] NHL

NRHP

U.S. Historic District Contributing property

The State Capitol is no longer used by the state legislature, which now meets in the State Legislative building

2009-0521-ND-StateCapitol.jpg North Dakota State Capitol Bismarck
46°49?14.93?N 100°46?57.87?W / 46.8208139°N 100.7827417°W / 46.8208139; -100.7827417 (North Dakota State Capitol)
1920-1924
1931-1934 (office tower & wing)
242 [38]
Ohio Statehouse columbus.jpg Ohio Statehouse Columbus
39°57?41?N 82°59?56?W / 39.96139°N 82.99889°W / 39.96139; -82.99889 (Ohio Statehouse)
1837-1861 158 [39] NHL

NRHP

Oklahoma State Capitol.jpg Oklahoma State Capitol Oklahoma City
35°29?32.21?N 97°30?12.14?W / 35.4922806°N 97.5033722°W / 35.4922806; -97.5033722 (Oklahoma State Capitol)
1914-1917
2000-2002 (dome)
255 [40] NRHP
Oregon State Capitol 1.jpg Oregon State Capitol Salem
44°56?19.43?N 123°1?48.35?W / 44.9387306°N 123.0300972°W / 44.9387306; -123.0300972 (Oregon State Capitol)
1935
1977 (wings)
162 [41] NRHP
Pennsylvania State Capitol.jpg Pennsylvania State Capitol Harrisburg
40°15?52?N 76°52?0?W / 40.26444°N 76.86667°W / 40.26444; -76.86667 (Pennsylvania State Capitol)
1904-1906[42] 272 [43] NHL

NRHP

U.S. Historic District Contributing property

Rhode Island state house 2009a.JPG Rhode Island State House Providence
41°49?51?N 71°24?54?W / 41.83083°N 71.41500°W / 41.83083; -71.41500 (Rhode Island State House)
1895-1904 223 [44] NRHP
SC State House at evening.jpg South Carolina State House Columbia
34°0?1.56?N 81°1?59.33?W / 34.0004333°N 81.0331472°W / 34.0004333; -81.0331472 (South Carolina State House)
1855-1907 180 [45] NHL

NRHP

PierreSD Capitol.jpg South Dakota State Capitol Pierre
44°22?1.8?N 100°20?46.87?W / 44.367167°N 100.3463528°W / 44.367167; -100.3463528 (South Dakota State Capitol)
1905-1911 161 [46] NRHP
Tennessee State Capitol March 2009.jpg Tennessee State Capitol Nashville
36°9?57?N 86°47?3?W / 36.16583°N 86.78417°W / 36.16583; -86.78417 (Tennessee State Capitol)
1845-1854 206 [47] NHL

NRHP

Texas State Capitol building-front left front oblique view.JPG Texas State Capitol Austin
30°16?29?N 97°44?26?W / 30.27472°N 97.74056°W / 30.27472; -97.74056 (Texas State Capitol)
1881-1888
1993 (underground extension)
311 [48] NHL

NRHP
Largest state capitol

Utah State Capitol in October 2010.JPG Utah State Capitol Salt Lake City
40°46?38?N 111°53?17?W / 40.77722°N 111.88806°W / 40.77722; -111.88806 (Utah State Capitol)
1912-1916
2004-2008 (major restoration and renovation)
286 [49] NRHP
Vermont State House front.jpg Vermont State House Montpelier
44°15?44?N 72°34?51?W / 44.26222°N 72.58083°W / 44.26222; -72.58083 (Vermont State Capitol)
1834-1836 136 [50] NHL

NRHP

Virginia State Capitol.jpg Virginia State Capitol Richmond
37°32?19.53?N 77°26?0.94?W / 37.5387583°N 77.4335944°W / 37.5387583; -77.4335944 (Virginia State Capitol)
1785-1790
1904-1906 (wings); restored, renovated and expanded 2004-2007
83 [51] NHL

NRHP
Second oldest active state capitol and meeting site for the Confederate Congress (1861-1865)

WACapitolLegislativeBldg.jpg Washington State Capitol Olympia
47°02?07?N 122°54?23?W / 47.03528°N 122.90639°W / 47.03528; -122.90639 (Washington State Capitol)
1919-1928 (Legislative building) 287 [52] NRHP

U.S. Historic District

West Virginia State Capitol Building.jpg West Virginia State Capitol Charleston
38°20?11?N 81°36?44?W / 38.33639°N 81.61222°W / 38.33639; -81.61222 (West Virginia State Capitol)
1924-1932 292 [53] U.S. Historic district Contributing property
Wis-capitol.jpg Wisconsin State Capitol Madison
43°4?28?N 89°23?5?W / 43.07444°N 89.38472°W / 43.07444; -89.38472 (Wisconsin State Capitol)
1906-1917
1988-2002 (major renovation and restoration)
284 [54] NHL

NRHP

Wyoming State Capitol Gold Dome.jpg Wyoming State Capitol Cheyenne
41°8?25?N 104°49?11?W / 41.14028°N 104.81972°W / 41.14028; -104.81972 (Wyoming State Capitol)
1886-1890
1915-1917 (House and Senate chambers)
146 [55] NHL

NRHP
Second highest state capitol

Table of Territorial Capitols

Picture Capitol name Location Years of current capitol construction Notes
Capitolio de Puerto Rico (28755163211).jpg Puerto Rico Commonwealth Capitol San Juan, PR
1921-1929 NRHP
Wilsonbldg.JPG John A. Wilson Building
District Building
Washington, DC
1904-1908 NRHP

Originally called the District Building until renamed in 1994 after district councilor John A. Wilson

AmericanSamoaLegislatureBuilding.jpg American Samoa Fono Building Fagatogo, American Samoa
1973
Guam Legislature Building.JPG Guam Legislature Building Hagåtña, Guam
CNMI Legislature Building.JPG Northern Mariana Islands Commonwealth Legislature Building Capitol Hill, Saipan
USVI Legislature.jpg United States Virgin Islands Legislature Building Charlotte Amalie, USVI

See also

References

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