Updated 3/18/20 — The Colorado state capitol will be closed to the public indefinitely.
In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines from the Colorado Department of Public Health &, Environment and the Center for Disease Control the capitol building will remain closed to the public until further notice.
Staff and members of the media will continue to be allowed in the building at this time.
Original advisory statement - 3/16/20 -The Colorado state capitol will be temporarily closed to the public from Monday, March 16 until Wednesday, March 18 for cleaning. State Capitol custodial crews will be cleaning all areas as per CDPHE and CDC guidelines. Restrooms, stairwells, brass surfaces, doorknobs, recycle bins and benches are disinfected several times a day during the legislative session. Additionally, while the State Capitol is closed, there will be additional cleaning of highly utilized flat surfaces.
Staff and members of the media will be allowed in the building during this time.