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Baca County Courthouse

The current courthouse was built in 1916 after a fire destroyed the first Baca County Courthouse in 1910. The elegant brick addition, which presents the Main Street facade, was designed by the Denver firm Mountjoy and Frewen and constructed in 1929-30. In 1935, WPA workers began construction of a second addition. This two-story, stone building served initially as a jail and sheriff's quarters, which remained at this site until 1972 when a new jail was built. The WPA plans by E.C. Measel included landscaping and a stone wall around the grounds. The lovely stone building behind the courthouse was built as a wellhouse and library by the WPA in 1935.

741 Main Street
SpringfieldCO  81073
(719) 523-6532

Hours of Operation
Daily from 8am-4:30pm.
From Lamar drive south on HWY 287 to Springfield. The courthouse is on the west side of Main St. in the middle of town.
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