Our constituent reception will be Friday, January 19th 2018 from 2:00 – 4:30pm in the Rayburn Foyer, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C.
DIRECTIONS TO THE RAYBURN FOYER
From the Independence Avenue entrance:
You will enter in on the basement level of the building. Once you’ve made it through security, proceed up the stairs directly across from the entrance to the first floor. The Rayburn Foyer will be at the top of those stairs, facing Independence Avenue and the U.S. Capitol Building.
From the South Capitol Street entrance:
You will enter in on the first floor of the building. Once you’ve made it through security, turn right, and then take a left when you see the elevators. The Rayburn Foyer will be half way down that hallway.
Please note: the Rayburn House Office Building is a federal building, and because of this you will have to go through a security screening upon entering.
CHECK IN/WELCOME TABLE
When your group RSVP’d for the event, we asked for you to provide a point of contact and the number of people who will be attending with your group. Please have that point of contact check in your group at the welcome table and pick up your informational packet. Inside the informational packet will be tickets for each person in your group to receive one Chick-fil-a sandwich, as well as information from Rep. Steve Chabot and Rep. Brad Wenstrup’s Congressional Offices.
If you’d like to keep in contact with either Congressman Chabot or Congressman Wenstrup, there will be a sign up sheet to opt into our mailings available at the welcome table.
If your group has not yet RSVP’d, please email [email protected]
DIRECTIONS TO CAPITOL SOUTH METRO
The Rayburn House Office Building is about a ten minute walk from the Capitol South Metro. When exiting the building on Independence Avenue, turn right and walk up Capitol Hill toward the Library of Congress buildings. Turn right on First Street, and the metro will be one block south. If exiting through the South Capitol Street exit, turn right when you get to South Capitol Street, and then turn left on C Street.
The Capitol South Metro is on the corner of First Street and C Street SE, and is on the blue/orange/silver metro lines.
Parking on and around the Capitol complex is extremely limited. We strongly encourage all visitors to take public transportation if possible. Information regarding public transportation in Washington, D.C. can be found on the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) website, www.wmata.com.