State announces the reopening of the Nevada Capitol Building to the public

Carson City, NV May 28, 2021

the State announced that the Nevada Capitol Building will be reopened to the public after being closed since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beginning June 1, the Capitol will be open on an appointment-only basis. Those in the buildings will be asked to abide by the latest CDC guidance on face coverings. Employees and guests will continue to use a single point of entry at the East entrance of the Capitol building.

Guided tours of the Capitol will also resume with a maximum of 5 people, and no self-guided tours will be available at this time. For more information on tours and visitations visit Travel Nevada’s website.

Public meetings may resume in the building as of June 1, and members of the public wishing to attend scheduled meetings will be allowed into the building to attend the meeting only.

The Grant Sawyer State Office Building will reopen on June 1 as well.



Meghin Delaney
Communications Director