Capitol Accessibility Guide

All Capitol, Capitol Extension, and Capitol Visitors Center facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Download the Accessibility Guide

Feedback Form

Accessiblity path marker on the Capitol grounds

Contact Information

For special assistance, contact the Capitol Information and Guide Services office.

Location: Capitol 1S.2, first floor, south wing.
Phone: 512.463.0063

For concerns and information on accommodations for people with disabilities please contact:

Senate ADA Coordinator

Name: Delicia Sams
Phone: 512.463.0400

House ADA Coordinator

Name: Ruben Aguillon
Phone: 512.463.0865

Tour Publications, American Sign Language & Scheduling

  • Publications are available in large print versions and Braille for the Capitol, Capitol Visitors Center and Grounds. Brochures may be checked out and returned after use from the Capitol Information and Guide Service in Capitol 1S.2.
  • Guided tours of the Capitol, Capitol Visitors Center and Governor’s Mansion using American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters can be given with 1 week’s advance notice.

For scheduling Capitol and Capitol Visitors Center Tours with an American Sign Language interpreter, please contact:

Name: Kandace Russell
Phone: 512.305.8402

For scheduling Governor's Mansion Tours contact:

Name: Eric Boedy
Phone: 512.305.8524

Parking & Route Markers

Historic Building Precautions

Please be aware that historic buildings often have uneven floors, narrow staircases, and other hazards that may cause you to trip, slip, or fall. These hazards can be especially dangerous for older adults or those with mobility issues. To prevent accidents, please take the following precautions:

We want you to enjoy your visit, but safety is our top priority. Please take extra care when exploring historic buildings and notify a staff member if you notice any potential hazards. Thank you for your cooperation.

Family Restrooms

Public-Capitol Wireless Access