Connecticut General Assembly - Home   Quick Search:   Number:   Year: Quick Search Help tab . tab Bill Tracking tab
Connecticut General Assembly - Home
Broadcast Media Statutes Committees A - H & I - Z Staff Offices Commissions
Search Session Information House Senate Legislative References Citizen Guide
 

Office of Legislative Management

Legislative Office Building

Spacer Graphic

Use of Legislative Facilities

 

 

Button Graphic Facilities Use Application
 
To submit a request to use any of the Legislative facilities:

1. Read the information on this page governing the use of the facilities.

2. Submit an application for facilities use. Applications may be obtained by:

Button Graphic Facilities Use Guidelines

1. During periods that the General Assembly is in regular or special session, the Legislative Office Building and those areas of the Capitol under the supervision of the Joint Committee on Legislative Management may be used only for official meetings or public hearings of legislative committees or for activities sponsored by the Joint Committee on Legislative Management acting through its co-chairmen.

2. During the periods that the General Assembly is not in regular or special session, the Legislative Office Building and those areas of the Capitol Building under the supervision of the  Joint Committee on Legislative  Management may be made available to a public or private group or organization for the purpose of holding a meeting, provided that the purpose for using the facilities is not to further the candidacy of any individual running for public office or to raise funds.

No group or organization receiving permission to meet in the Capitol Building or Legislative Office Building shall charge admission for attendance at such meeting other than a per capita amount necessary to defray the charges for use of the facilities.

3. Groups or organizations seeking permission to use the Capitol or Legislative Office Building facilities may do so only after submission of a completed building use application form to, and notification of permission from, the Joint Committee on Legislative Management, acting through its co-chairmen.

4. A group or organization that receives permission to use the Capitol or Legislative Office Building facilities will be responsible for payment of all special maintenance and security costs and for any additional staff overtime costs necessitated by its use of the facilities.

5. No tape or other foreign object may be affixed to the walls, doors, or woodwork in the hallways or meeting rooms of the Capitol or Legislative Office Building without permission from the office of the Joint Committee on Legislative Management.

6. Groups or organizations receiving permission to serve food at a function in the Capitol or Legislative Office Building are encouraged to make arrangements for the purchase and service of such food with the food service contract operator of the Legislative Office Building on the basis of the established price schedules approved by the Joint Committee on Legislative Management.

7. A private group or organization that receives permission to use the Capitol or the Legislative Office Building facilities will be responsible for providing proof of combined single limit liability coverage of at least one million dollars for use of the facilities with the Joint Committee on Legislative Management to be named in such coverage as an additional insured.

8. With permission from the Joint Committee on Legislative Management, a group or organization receiving permission to use the Capitol or Legislative Office Building facilities may serve wine or beer, provided that the service of such beverages must be handled by the food service contract operator of the Legislative Office Building and limited to the building’s first floor atrium and cafeteria areas and, provided further, that if such function is held on a regular work day, such wine or beer may not be served until after 4:30 p.m.

9. The Capitol and Legislative Office Building volunteer tour program operates between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on regular work days.

A group receiving permission to use the Capitol or Legislative Office Building facilities outside of these hours may, on its own, try to make special arrangements with the director of the volunteer tour program for special tours during the period of its approved function.
 

Button Graphic Administrative Regulations

 



 

| OLM Home | Directions | Request for Proposals | Facilities Use | Employment | Directories | Publications | CT General Assembly |

 


Office of Legislative Management
300 Capitol Avenue, Room 5100
Hartford, CT 06106
Telephone (860) 240-0100 FAX (860) 240-0122

  State of Connecticut Website

Disclaimers and Privacy Policy

Connecticut Network