Muscogee County is named for the Muscogee Native American tribe known as the Creek Indians.
Created: June 9, 1825
Columbus 1825 – present
County Courthouse – Columbus
Location: 100 10th Street / 1st Avenue
Built: 1972 – 1973
Architect: E Owen Smith and Biggers, Scarbrough, Neal, Crisp & Clark
Contractor: Jordan – Grove
Description: The building faces north and is a twelve story concrete and glass structure. The building sits at the south end of a plaza flanked by one story buildings on the east and west sides. The main building has horizontal panels between each story. The building has a flat room. The building houses the merged county and city government and is The Government Center.
N – Harris County
W – Russell County, Alabama
Photos taken 2010