Rock Springs City Hall

The “Rock Springs City Hall” is a significant piece of architecture due to its importance to the heritage of the City of Rock Springs and the fact that is one of the last remaining examples of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture left in southwestern Wyoming.

In 1988 the building was used as the Museum of Rock Springs History. In 1991 the building was temporarily closed for an extensive remodel and rehabilitation, led by Noel Griffith Jr. & Associates Architects, in coordination with the National Parks for Historic Properties. The Rock Springs City Hall renovation was completed in 1992. This renovation included both interior and exterior work.