Awards

 

  • 2019 Preservation award from the California Preservation Foundation 
  • 2018 Governor's Historic Preservation Award 
  • 2018 Medium County Award-Mural Room (Presented to County Architect by the California Counties Architects and Engineers Association)
  • 2018 Grand Award-Mural Room (Presented to County Architect by the California Counties Architects and Engineers Association)
  • 2016 AIASB Honor Award-Fountain (Presented to County Architect)
  • 2015 California Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation—Clock Gallery
  • 2012 California Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation—Fountain
  • 2012 Tucker Design Award-Fountain (Presented to County Architect)
  • 2011 Grand Pinnacle Award-Fountain (Presented to County Architect)

Did You Know...

The Mural Room, once the hearing room for the County Board of Supervisor’s is home to one of the largest installed painted murals in the United States. At just over 4,200 square feet, this mural depicts the early settlement years of California prior to becoming the 49th State. The Mural was painted in four months’ time by Daniel Sayre Groesbeck for just over $9,000.