Coverdell Legislative Office Building (CLOB) – All Talk Justice Tuesdays, except the advocacy day on 3/5 – Working Together Works, which will be held in Room 406 of CLOB located at 18 Capitol Square SW, Atlanta, GA 30334. Please use the entrances that are open to the public.

State Capitol – The Talk Justice Tuesday on March 5th “Working Together Works – Impact of Incarceration on Families” will be held in Room 216 of the State Capitol located at 206 Washington Street, Atlanta GA 30334.

Must Bring ID – A government-issued photo identification (i.e., driver’s license or passport), is required to enter both legislative buildings.

Entrances. All visitors must go through a metal detector and put belongings through the X-ray machine to enter. No weapons, including pocket knives and mace, are allowed in the buildings and security will not hold them.

Bathrooms. There are two sets of gendered restrooms with 38" wide toilet stalls and 32" clear opening out- swinging doors on each floor. There is a fully accessible single user gender neutral restroom located on the sixth floor inside the cafeteria.

Finding Your Legislators. We recommend visiting prior to the advocacy days. Enter your address to find the names of your legislators. 

Transportation. We strongly recommend taking MARTA or using a ridesharing service. Parking is scarce and pricey. 

MARTA. Take MARTA to the Georgia State Station, located at 170 Piedmont Avenue on the blue and green rail line. It is one block from the Capitol and one block from the Freight Depot. MARTA’s parking decks are free for daily parking. Please note that the Georgia State station does not have parking. 

Parking. There are several paid parking lots within a 10-minute walk of the buildings. Parking expenses will not be reimbursed.



Contact Elizabeth Lummus

404-827-0027 ext. 219 

Justice Day at the Capitol 2019

200 Piedmont Ave SE, Atlanta, Georgia 30334, United States