List of Occupy movement protest locations in the United States

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The Occupy movement began in the United States initially with the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City but spread to many other cities, both in the United States and worldwide. There have been hundreds of Occupy movement protests worldwide over time. This is a list of some of their locations in the United States. The state with the most protests is California, which has over fifty protest locations (see List of Occupy movement protest locations in California).

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State City Date (start) Crowd (upper estimate) References Notes
Alabama Auburn October 15, 2011 25 [1]
Birmingham October 15, 2011 300
Bedford October 29, 2011 150 [2]
Mobile October 8, 2011 50
Montgomery October 22, 2011 [3]
Tuscaloosa October 8, 2011 40
Alaska Anchorage October 4, 2011 60 [4]
Bethel October 15, 2011 1 [5][6][7][8]
Fairbanks October 15, 2011 100+ [9] By February 1, protesters consisted of "a core group of about 15 people with a larger group of supporters"[10]
Homer October 15, 2011 60 [11]
Juneau October 15, 2011 [12]
Kenai [13]
Unalaska October 16, 2011 10 [6][8]
Arizona Flagstaff October 15, 2011 [14]
Phoenix October 14, 2011 4,000 [15][16]
Prescott October 6, 2011 25+ [14]
Tempe October 15, 2011 [14]
Tucson October 1, 2011 [17]
Yuma [18]
Arkansas Conway October 26, 2011 [19]
Fayetteville October 11, 2011 [20]
Jonesboro October 15, 2011 [21]
Little Rock October 15, 2011 400 [22]
California See List of Occupy movement protest locations in California
Colorado Aspen
Boulder October 15, 2011 By December, a tent encampment was set up at the pedestrian Pearl Street Mall downtown in the park in front of the City Courthouse. Another was then set up in Sister City's Plaza in front of the Municipal Building.
Colorado Springs [23]
Denver [24] This Occupy faced quite a lot of police violence long after the encampment was brutally evicted twice. Cost to city: $365,000[25]
Fort Collins
Grand Junction [26]
Longmont October 10, 2011 12
Pueblo [27]
Connecticut Branford October 6, 2011
Hartford October 7, 2011 [28][29]
New Haven October 8, 2011 [30] As of March 5, 2012, Occupy New Haven on the New Haven green is the last occupying group in New England.[31]
New London [32]
Delaware Wilmington October 15, 2011 150 [33]
District of Columbia Washington October 1, 2011 3,000 Occupy D.C., sometimes also went by "Occupy K Street"
Florida Daytona Beach [34]
Ft. Myers [35]
Gainesville [36]
Jacksonville [37]
Lakeland [38]
Melbourne [39]
Miami [40][41]
Orlando [42]
Pensacola [43]
Sarasota [44]
St. Augustine [45]
St. Petersburg [46]
Tallahassee October 6, 2011 150 [47] One of few remaining "full time" occupation sites. Located at the corner of Gaines St. and Duval in Tallahassee. www.occupytally.org
Tampa September 24, 2011 2,000+ [48][49][50]
[51][52][53]
Vero Beach [54]
West Palm Beach
Georgia Athens [55]
Atlanta [56] Occupy Atlanta;[25][57]
Augusta [58]
Dalton [59]
Fort Benning [60]
Macon [61]
Savannah [62]
Valdosta [63]
Hawaii Hilo [64]
Honolulu [65] Group's name is (De)Occupy Honolulu, in solidarity with occupied peoples worldwide.
Kauaʻi [66]
Kona [67]
Maui [66] Small band of occupiers camped on the outskirts of the State Building in Wailuku for a weekend in October before being evicted from the site by Maui Police under threat of charges of criminal trespass. Movement (dubbed "Occupy Wall Street Maui") holds weekly meetings at a local college.[68]
Idaho Boise [69] Deemed the most efficiently organized occupation of two dozen visited.[70] Now maintains a symbolic, highly-portable presence after a landscaping hiatus.[71]
Idaho Falls [72]
Moscow [73]
Pocatello [74]
Illinois Bloomington
–Normal
October 5, 2011 [75] Including tent city at Illinois State University. 2nd longest continuous student occupation.
Carbondale [76]
Champaign
–Urbana
[77]
Chicago 8,000 [78] Occupy Chicago
DeKalb [79]
Galesburg October 17, 2011 40 [81]
Macomb

October 21, 2011

60

[82]

[83]

Naperville

October 22, 2011

50-60

[84]
Ottawa [85]
Peoria [86]
Rockford [87]
Springfield [88]
Streator November 30, 2011 [85]
Indiana Bloomington October 9, 2011 [89]
Elkhart October 7, 2011 [90]
Evansville October 10, 2011 [91]
Fort Wayne
Indianapolis October 8, 2011 1,000 [92]
Muncie October 19, 2011 20 [93][94]
Portage October 22, 2011
South Bend October 7, 2011 [95]
West Lafayette December 10, 2011 50 [96]
Iowa Ames October 13, 2011 [97] Occupy ISU; Weekly meetings, no encampments.
Cedar Valley October 15, 2011 [98] Weekly meetings, no encampments.
Cedar Rapids October 22, 2011 [99] moved from Greene Square Park to corner of M Avenue and 1st Street N.W.; under eviction notice[99]
Decorah November 5, 2011 [100] Weekly meetings on Saturdays at 1PM at courthouse steps. No encampments.
Des Moines October 9, 2011 [101][102] Camp on Capitol ground broken up by police Oct. 8; numerous arrests, including Ed Fallon;[103] now at E 14th and Grand. Cost to city: <$10,000[57] Protests continue.[104]
Iowa City October 7, 2011 [105][106][107] Encampment previously held as at College Green Park; General Assemblies still held there.
Sioux City October 8, 2011 100+ [108] Demonstrations outside the public library, Steve King's office, and the 2011 FOX News Republican debate
Kansas Kansas City [109]
Lawrence [110]
Manhattan [111]
Pittsburg [112]
Wichita [113]
Kentucky Ashland [114]
Bowling Green [114]
Lexington September 29, 2011 [115][116][117]
[118][119]
Louisville October 4, 2011 300 [120] Encampment at Founders Square
Owensboro [114]
Paducah [114]
Louisiana Baton Rouge October 24, 2011 120 [121]
Lafayette November 17, 2011 12 [122] Demonstration at federal courthouse. "The 'Occupy Lafayette' event was a low-key affair: No slogans were chanted or epithets hurled. In fact, it didn’t even arouse the curiousity [sic] of security officials at the courthouse," said local media.
New Orleans [123]
Shreveport [124]
Maine Augusta [125]
Bangor [126]
Bar Harbor October 15, 2011 70
Brunswick [127]
Portland [128]
Presque Isle Occupy Aroostook
Maryland Annapolis [129]
Baltimore October 3, 2011 200 [130] Occupy Baltimore
Cumberland October 8, 2011 3 [131]
Frederick November 11, 2011
Massachusetts Amherst October 5, 2011 36 [132]
Berkshire County October 10, 2011
Boston September 30, 2011 10,000+ Occupy Boston
Cambridge November 9, 2011 [133] Including protest at Occupy Harvard
Greenfield October 9, 2011 50
Jamaica Plain November 13, 2011 [134]
Lenox
Newton
Needham [135]
Northampton October 6, 2011 50 [136] Including protest at Smith College
Reading 20 [137]
Salem October 22, 2011 [135]
Springfield October 10, 2011 [138]
Somerville
Williamstown
Worcester October 9, 2011 100 [139]
Michigan Ann Arbor [140][141][142]
Detroit October 14, 2011 500 [143][144] Encampment at Grand Circus Park from Oct 14 – November 21, 2011. Subsequent meeting locations included 5900 Michigan Ave and 1515 Broadway. Meetings continued through 2013. Activism around social, civic, and environmental issues attracted those from Occupy Detroit. Meeting and activity demands from these groups have overshadowed what was known through Occupy Detroit. Many of those regularly rallying learned more about the city and are contributing with both long-term and current issues - including Eviction Defense, Water justice, and Tar Sands Resistance.
East Lansing [145] Including protest at Michigan State University
Flint
Grand Rapids October 8, 2011 350 [146][147]
Kalamazoo [148][149]
Lansing October 8, 2011 350 [150]
Muskegon [151]
Traverse City [152]
Ypsilanti
Minnesota Duluth October 15, 2011 [153]
Minneapolis October 7, 2011 [154]
Moorhead [155]
Mississippi Jackson October 15, 2011 50 [156]
Biloxi October 15, 2011 [157]
Missouri Cape Girardeau November 5, 2011 [158]
Columbia [159]
Kansas City [160] It has one of the longest encampments in the country with protestors camping by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City since September 28, 2011.[161] During this period the temporary 65 foot high IOU/USA Sculpture was erected in Penn Valley Park opposite the reserve headquarters at 1 Memorial Drive. On one side was a sign proclaiming "IOU" and the other was one saying "USA."[162]
St. Joseph October 5, 2011 [163]
St. Louis October 1, 2011 [164] Occupy St. Louis;[57]
Montana Billings [165]
Bozeman [166]
Butte [167]
Great Falls [167]
Helena [167]
Kalispell [167]
Missoula [167]
Nebraska Lincoln October 15, 2011 500 [168]
Omaha September 29, 2011 40 [169]
Nevada Carson City October 15, 2011 70 [170]
Las Vegas Valley [171] Occupy Las Vegas
Reno [172]
New Hampshire Concord [173]
Conway [174]
Exeter
Hanover October 13, 2011 20 [175] Constituted as "Occupy Dartmouth" on campus of Dartmouth College.
Keene [176]
Manchester [177][178]
Nashua [179]
New Jersey Atlantic City November 5, 2011 25
Jersey City [180][181]
Mount Olive October 10, 2011 28
Newark [182]
Princeton
Toms River [183]
Trenton October 6, 2011 [184]
New Mexico Albuquerque October 1, 2011 400 [185] Changed name to (un)Occupy Albuquerque, in recognition of colonization and racism's connections to economic injustice.
Las Cruces [186]
Los Lunas [187]
Santa Fe [188]
Taos [189]
New York Albany October 21, 2011 [190] Encampment held until December 22, 2011. Activism continues.
Binghamton October 13, 2011 [191]
Buffalo October 1, 2011 200+ [192] Occupy Buffalo
Fredonia [193] Including protest at State University of New York at Fredonia
Ithaca November 28, 2011 [194][195] Including protests at Ithaca College and Cornell University
Kingston
New Paltz [196]
New York City September 17, 2011 30,000 [197][198][199] Initial Occupy Wall Street protest at Zuccotti Park has spread to other parts of the city, with separate occupations and occupy groups in Harlem and Washington Heights in Manhattan, in Jackson Heights in Queens, in Bushwick, Sunset Park, Williamsburg and Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, Staten Island, and in The Bronx. See also: Timeline of Occupy Wall Street.
Poughkeepsie October 15, 2011 200 As of January 2013, participants and community supporters have formed two organizations: ENJAN (End the New Jim Crow Action Network), an anti-racist group focused on ending police brutality against minorities and stopping local jail and prison expansions, and Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson, a home foreclosure defense group that aims to prevent and defend homeowners from home eviction due to bank foreclosures.
Rochester Helped a family, Harold and Maria Steidel, get a moratorium on their home foreclosure.[200][201]

Protested the closing of a local school, school #6.[202] Reached agreement with mayor to camp until mid January 2012[200]

Saranac Lake [203]
Syracuse October 2, 2011 200 [204] As of April 2012, Occupy Syracuse has continued to engage in organized meetings, events and actions.[205]
Utica [206]
North Carolina Asheville [207]
Chapel Hill [208]
Charlotte [209] Occupy Charlotte
Durham [210]
Fayetteville [211]
Greensboro October 15, 2011 600 [212]
Hendersonville [213]
Raleigh October 15, 2011 [214]
Wilmington [215]
Winston-Salem [216]
North Dakota Fargo October 15, 2011 [155]
Grand Forks October 15, 2011 [217]
Ohio Akron [218]
Athens [219]
Canton October 15, 2011 150 [220]
Cincinnati [221] Occupy Cincinnati. The area around Piatt was continuously occupied from October 9 to sometime around December 25.
Cleveland October 6, 2011 150 [222] Occupy Cleveland
Columbus September 27, 2011 70 [223] Including protest at Ohio State University
Dayton [224]
Kent Including protest at Kent State University
Toledo [225]
Youngstown October 15, 2011 [226]
Oklahoma Norman [227] Including protest at University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City October 10, 2011 100 [228]
Tulsa October 7, 2011 [229]
Shawnee October 11, 2011 50 [230]
Oregon Ashland [231] Occupy Ashland
Bend [232]
Corvallis October 6, 2011 60+ [233]
Eugene [234] Occupy Eugene
Medford [235]
Mosier November 5, 2011 20 [236][237]
Portland October 6, 2011 10,000 [238] Occupy Portland;
Roseburg [239]
Salem [240] Occupy Salem
Pennsylvania Allentown October 3, 2011 75 [241]
Bethlehem October 24, 2011 20 [242]
Doylestown [243]
Easton November 17, 2011 [244]
Erie [245]
Harrisburg October 15, 2011 100+ [246]
Lancaster October 15, 2011 [247]
Philadelphia September 29, 2011 [248] Occupy Philadelphia;
Pittsburgh October 16, 2011 2000+ [249][250] Occupy Pittsburgh
Pottsville
University Park Including protest at Pennsylvania State University
Scranton
York [251]
Puerto Rico [8] San Juan October 15, 2011 200 [252]
Rhode Island Providence October 15, 2011 [253] Occupy Providence;
South Carolina Charleston [254]
Columbia [255]
Greenville [213]
Hilton Head December 29, 2011 12
South Dakota Rapid City October 15, 2011 50 [256]
Sioux Falls October 15, 2011 50 [257]
Spearfish [145] Including protest at Black Hills State University
Vermillion [258]
Tennessee Chattanooga [259]
Clarksville [260]
Johnson City [261]
Knoxville [262]
Memphis October 15, 2011 [263]
Murfreesboro [264]
Nashville [262] Occupy Nashville and Occupy Vanderbilt
Texas Amarillo [265]
Austin [266][267] Occupy Austin - including protests at Austin Community College
Bryan [268]
College Station [268]
Corpus Christi [269]
Dallas [270] Occupy Dallas
Denton October 15, 2011 [271]
El Paso [186]
Ft. Worth October 10, 2011 200 [272][273] On October 15, 5 arrests were made. 2 citations. Minor protest at Texas Christian University on Nov. 17.[273]
Galveston [274]
Houston [275] Occupy Houston
Lewisville
Lubbock [276]
Marfa [265]
McAllen [277]
San Angelo [278]
San Antonio October 3, 2011 200 [279][280]
[281][282]
[283][284]
[285]
On October 6, 2011 Occupy San Antonio (OSA) began occupation in the Main Gazebo at the entrance of HemisFair Park in downtown San Antonio. OSA garnered a mutual respect and rapport with City, Park Police and District City Council member Bernal from the beginning of Occupation. On December 13, 2011 City Park Police gave notice of Violation of City Code and ordered OSA to vacate the Main Gazebo by December 17, 2011. Planned renovation of Hemisfair Park and preparations for the New Years Eve celebration were to begin December 19, 2011. Occupier's were allowed to temporarily move to the South Gazebo, their secondary encampment used during Major Events previously booked by the City, until December 31, 2011. Under cover of night on December 27, 2011 Occupy San Antonio moved to the East side of the park at the base of the Tower of the Americas and Visitors Center. Public Bathrooms were closed and electricity was cut off until complaints by tourist's. Park Police began 24-hour surveillance and taped off all buildings and areas used by OSA during occupation. Police began arresting Occupier's crossing the taped areas for trespassing. OSA no longer occupies the Park full-time, but continues to claim the Park and holds GA's and other events at the Park.
San Marcos October 5, 2011 [286][287] Occupy Texas State at Texas State University–San Marcos
Utah Ogden November 6, 2011 [288]
Park City October 31, 2011 1 [289]
Provo October 29, 2011 [290]
Salt Lake City October 7, 2011 [291] Occupy Salt Lake City
St. George October 7, 2011 [292]
Vermont Bennington November 19, 2011 10 [293]
Brattleboro October 7, 2011 1 [294]
Burlington October 9, 2011 1,000 [293]
Central Vermont October 9, 2011 300 [293]
Rutland November 9, 2011 25 [293]
Upper Valley December 9, 2011 20 [293]
Virginia Arlington [295]
Blacksburg [296]
Charlottesville October 15, 2011 120 [297] Tent encampment removed November 30, 2011. General Assemblies Twice weekly. 18 trespassing Convictions in January 2012
Martinsville
Norfolk October 6, 2011 [298]
Richmond October 15, 2011 200 [299]
Roanoke [300]
Williamsburg [301]
Washington Bellevue [302]
Bellingham [303] Tent encampment removed under court order with one arrest
Bremerton [304]
Centralia [305]
Cle Elum [306]
Colville [307]
Everett October 25, 2011 150 [308] Tent encampment removed by mutual agreement on December 30, 2011. One tent left at Snohomish County Courthouse.[309]
Federal Way [310]
Leavenworth [311]
Longview
Mt. Vernon
Olympia [312]
Port Townsend [313][314]
Puyallup [315]
Richland [316]
Seattle 5,000 [317] Occupy Seattle; tent occupation removed under court order. Occupiers in a number of foreclosed homes, several have been raided by SWAT in December 2011 and January 2012.
Spokane [318]
Stanwood
Tacoma [319] Evicted 2012-02-27[320]
Vancouver [321]
Walla Walla [322]
Wenatchee [323]
Yakima [324]
West Virginia Charleston October 15, 2011 [325]
Davis October 15, 2011 [325]
Fairmont October 15, 2011 [325]
Huntington October 9, 2011 100 [326]
Martinsburg October 15, 2011 100 [325]
Morgantown October 15, 2011 [325]
Oak Hill October 15, 2011 [325]
Wisconsin Janesville October 11, 2011 20 [327]
La Crosse October 15, 2011 20 [328]
Madison October 7, 2011 200 [329]
Milwaukee October 15, 2011 1,000 [330]
Wyoming Casper October 8, 2011 50+ [331]
Cheyenne [332]
Jackson Hole [332]

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