John E. Moss Federal Building
For the public
7 a.m.–5 p.m. weekdays, except federal holidays
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement/Enforcement and Removal Operations
Indian Health Services
Bureau of Indian Affairs
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Federal Highway Administration
Executive Office for Immigration Review
National Agricultural Statistics Service
Metered street parking and commercial parking lots in the area
Public transportation is available via SacRT.
All visitors are required to clear airport-style security and comply with rules and regulations governing conduct on federal property ADA access available.
My Sisters Cafe, Floor 1
Vending machines on Floor 6, 24/7
The John E. Moss Federal Building opened in 1961 and was named after the author of the federal Freedom of Information Act and Congressman for California's 3rd Congressional District. The eight-story, 355,000 square-foot building was one of the first constructed as part of the Capitol Mall redevelopment of that era. For 37 years, the Moss Building served as a federal courthouse for the newly created U.S. Eastern District of California.
Several prominent Sacramento architects, including Harry J. Devine Sr., Albert Dreyfuss, Kenneth Rickey, and Fred Brooks, played roles in the building’s design. Today, the Moss Building hosts the General Services Administration’s Sacramento Field Office, other federal agencies and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018
For our tenants
877-437-7411 Denver Mega Center for emergency or security concerns, or if no guard is available.
6 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays
Give minimum 24-hour notice ahead of moves, guard required.
Attendant required for vehicles parked more than 1 hour.