JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN— Congressman Bryan Steil’s offices are open for constituents to receive assistance. However, walk-in meetings will now require an appointment. If constituents need help with a federal agency or want to share an opinion, they can contact one of Steil’s four offices by phone, email, or mail. If an in-person meeting with Steil or his staff is needed, an appointment is temporarily required.

“As we all continue to work to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, my staff and I remain available to help local residents. Please reach out if you need help with a federal agency or want to share an opinion. My offices remain open to serve you and your families. Please call one of our offices or send an email if I can be of assistance,” said Steil.

In accordance with recommendations from the House Attending Physician and CDC, and for the protection of the public and staff, the Office of Congressman Steil is accepting meetings by appointment only at this time. First Congressional District residents are asked to call 608-752-4050 or visit steil.house.gov to request assistance or to schedule an appointment. If any person attending a meeting in the office has recently been ill or is currently showing signs of respiratory illness, please notify the office, so we may handle appropriately.

If constituents would like to schedule an appointment at one of our three Constituent Services Centers, office contact information is below:

Janesville Office

20 S. Main St.

Suite 10

Janesville, WI 53545

Phone: (608) 752-4050

Kenosha County Office

Somers Village/Town Hall

7511 12th Street

Somers, WI 53171

Phone: (262) 654-1901

Racine Office

Racine County Courthouse, Room 101

730 Wisconsin Avenue

Racine, WI 53403

Phone: (262) 637-0510

Washington, D.C. office

1408 Longworth HOB

Washington, DC 20515

Phone: (202) 225-3031

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