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New interactive map makes it easier to find your way around the Capitol Campus


OLYMPIA -- It just became easier to find your way around the state's Capitol Campus: The Department of Enterprise Services has launched a new, interactive map on its website. The new map is mobile-friendly and has much more utility as a wayfinding tool for people. The interactive map also is a good tool for finding more information about the buildings, parks, memorials and other features on the campus.

People can sort the waypoints on the map by category, such as:

  • Buildings
  • Parks
  • Memorials and art
  • Trees
  • Parking – including electric vehicle charging stations.

The right-side menu also has a handy search function to help people find what they are looking for.

Detailed information about campus features is being added to the map in phases. If you don't see a link to the additional information you are looking for check back; new content is being added to the map frequently.

Phase 1 has detailed information about (memorials and art, parking, parks) and the following buildings:

  • State Archives Building
  • John A. Cherberg Building (Washington State Senate and staff)
  • Legislative Building (Governor's Office, Lt. Governor's Office, Secretary of State's Office, Treasury Secretary Office, Legislative offices, House Chambers, Senate Chambers)
  • Natural Resources Building (Department of Natural Resources, Department of Fish & Wildlife, Department of Agriculture, Recreation and Conservation Office, Puget Sound Partnership (in Olympia)
  • John L. O'Brien Building (Washington House of Representatives and staff)
  • Old Capitol Building (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction)
  • Temple of Justice (Washington State Supreme Court)
  • 1063 Block Project, to be called the Helen Sommers Building once complete - the building will be occupied by Washington State Patrol, Office of Financial Management, Governor's Office of Regulatory Innovation & Assistance, Results Washington, Office of the State Treasurer, Legislative Evaluation and Accountability Program Committee, Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee (JLARC), and Joint Legislative Systems Committee (LEG-TECH)