See Indianapolis from above. Admission is free. Click here for hours and details.
Service animals are welcome in the City-County Building. A service animal is a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks for person with a disability. A service animal must be harnessed, leashed or tethered unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work. If your disability prevents you from using a harness, leash or tether, you must maintain control of your service animal through voice, signal or other effective controls.
Security may ask you if you need your dog because of disability as well as what tasks the dog is trained to perform. Miniature horses trained as service animals will be considered on an individual basis for entrance into the building. If a service animal is not housebroken or is disruptive, it will not be permitted into the building.
located in the east and west wings of the building as well as the Center
Tower. Elevators have audible bells to indicate movement to the next
floor. A service elevator is located on the east side of the
building and is
staffed by an attendant. Individuals with disabilities are welcome to use
the service elevator for any floor, which is available to all members of the
public in order to access the building’s observation deck.
is available for individuals
who use sign language on the first floor in the west wing across from the
Information Desk. The videophone remote is
at the Information Desk.
parking, including accessible spaces designated for people with disabilities,
is located around the City County Building. Paid surface lots and garages
are located on Alabama and Market Streets. If you are unable to pay a
meter due to your disability, click here to learn more about the meter exempt program.