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Capitol Preservation Commission

History and Function

The commission was created in 1982 to plan and supervise the preservation and restoration of the interior and exterior of the Oklahoma State Capitol building. Similar responsibilities were added in 1983 with respect to the Governor's Mansion. The commission also controls the display of art objects in public areas of the State Capitol building and the first floor of the Governor's Mansion. The commission consists of 15 members.

Commission Members

  • James Pickel, Governor
  • Mariana Lloyd, Senate
  • Chris Morriss, Senate
  • Chip Mullens, House
  • Vickie Blodgett, Governor
  • Vacant, House
  • Joel Kintsel, House
  • Lou Kerr, Senate
  • Nancy Leonard, Governor
  • Bruce Fisher, Supreme Court
  • Duane Mass, Ex-officio, Capitol Architect and Curator
  • Dan Ross, Administrator, OMES Capital Assets Management
  • Doug Kellogg, Ex-officio, Capitol Building Superintendent
  • Phyllis Stough, Ex-officio, Chair – Oklahoma Arts Council
  • Jack D. Baker, Ex-officio, President – Oklahoma Historical Society

Committees

  • Art Standards Committee
  • Architectural and Grounds Committee

Contact

Personal or Common Carrier Delivery:
Capitol Preservation Commission
Will Rogers Office Building
2401 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 212
Oklahoma City, OK 73105


U.S. Postal Delivery:
Capitol Preservation Commission
Will Rogers Office Building
P.O. Box 53218
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3218

Email: cpc@omes.ok.gov