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House of Delegates:
House recessed at 11:07 a.m. pursuant to the provisions of HJR 6001

Senate of Virginia:
The Senate recessed at 6:44 PM on July 1, 2024.

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Q:Where is the Virginia State Capitol Building?
A:The Capitol is located in Richmond, VA, near the Broad Street exit off of I-95. The physical address is 1000 Bank Street Richmond, VA 23219. For specific directions, please call (804) 698-1788 or see our visitor information for details.
Q:Where does the General Assembly meet?
A:House and Senate subcommittee and committee meetings typically occur in the General Assembly Building and Capitol Building extension. Daily floor sessions are held in the respective chambers on the second floor of the Capitol Building. Information is available that provides information on public entrances to these buildings.
Q:Where do I park to visit the Capitol?
A:There are many paid parking lots and decks in downtown Richmond. Please see our Directions & Parking content for more information.
Q:Is the Capitol accessible for visitors with special needs?
A:The Capitol and General Assembly Building are both ADA compliant. See more about accessibility.
Q:Is flash photography allowed in the Capitol?
A:Flash photography is allowed everywhere in the Capitol, except in the House and Senate galleries during the daily floor sessions. A policy to guide the use of photography and/or filming areas in the State Capitol is also available.
Q:I have a condition that will not allow me to go through a magnetometer. May I still enter the building?
A:Yes. Please share this information with Capitol Police personnel at the entrance and they will assist you with entry into the building while respecting your medical condition and ensuring that the Capitol maintains a safe and secure atmosphere for our members, staff, and visitors.
Q:Are meeting rooms in the Capitol reserved only for the legislature?
A:Meetings rooms in the Capitol exist to support the work of the legislature, but may be reserved by state agencies/groups. Please be advised that if you schedule an event in the Capitol, it may have to be moved or canceled should the space be needed for legislative purposes.

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