Constituent Services

Our office provides a number of services for our constituents. Below please find more information and how to request assistance.

***PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE CAPITOL HAS SUSPENDED PUBLIC VISITS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERNS. TOURS TO OTHER GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AND INSTITUTIONS MAY ALSO BE DISRUPTED DURING THIS TIME***


Art Competition Submissions

Art Competition Submissions

Each spring, the U.S. House of Representatives sponsors a high school art competition. Any high school student who is a constituent can fill out an application form and submit their artwork. The winner has their art displayed in the U.S. Capitol building for that year. Read More »
Congressional Commendations

Congressional Commendations

Fill out the online form to request a Congressional Commendation for someone living in the district. Read More »
Flag Requests

Flag Requests

You can purchase a U.S. flag through our office. You can also request flags that have been flown over the Capitol building. Read More »
Grant Applications

Grant Applications

Information for people applying for Federal Grants. Read More »
Help with a Federal Agency

Help with a Federal Agency

If you are working with a federal agency and are not receiving an answer in a timely fashion, or you feel you've been treated unfairly, our office may be able to assist you resolve the problem or get more information. Read More »
Internships

Internships

Information on internship opportunities available in our offices.
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Presidential Greetings

Presidential Greetings

Fill out the online form to request a greeting from the President of the United States Read More »
Service Academy Nominations

Service Academy Nominations

Information and an application form for people seeking a nomination to a U.S. Military Service Academy. Read More »
Visiting Washington, DC

Visiting Washington, DC

Our staff can assist you with obtaining tickets for tours of the U.S. Capitol building and other Washington, DC attractions. Read More »