San José City Hall is the seat of the municipal government of San Jose, California. Located in Downtown San Jose, it was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier in a Postmodern style. It consists of an 18-story tower, an iconic glass rotunda, and a city council chamber wing, laid out within a two-block-long public square known as San José Civic Plaza. The tower rises 285 feet above the plaza, making it the second tallest building in San Jose.
San Jose has had six seats of government in its history. City officials met in Downtown San Jose from before the city's incorporation in 1850 until the 1950s, when a modern City Hall was built at Civic Center to the north. The current City Hall's construction capped a period of rapid growth for the city during the dot-com bubble. Its opening in 2005 marked the municipal government's return downtown after half a century in an office park setting.
Official Website http://www.sanjoseca.gov/
City of San Jose Website https://www.sanjoseca.gov/Index.aspx?NID=233
Phone +1 408 535-3500
Address 200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113, USA
Coordinates 37°20'15.501" N -121°53'9.193" E