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Visitor Information

Welcome to the Michigan Senate Binsfeld Office Building located at 201 Townsend Street, Lansing, Michigan, 48933. The majority of Senator offices are located in the Binsfeld Office Building. The Binsfeld Office Building is dedicated to former Lieutenant Governor Connie Binsfeld and is open to the public. The building is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, excluding holidays.


Parking is available in the Senate owned Townsend parking ramp that is located directly behind the Binsfeld Office Building.

Visitor Security

When entering the Binsfeld Office Building please stop of the security desk to get a visitor pass. Picture ID is required.

If you will be a frequent visitor you can request a Frequent Visitor Pass. Please fill out this form either online or in person. The cost for this pass is $20 and can be paid either by cash or check payable to the Michigan Senate.

Visitor Conduct in Senate Work Areas

All visitors of the Michigan Senate should familiarize themselves with the Rules and Regulations Regarding Conduct in Senate Work Areas and comply with signs posted in Senate spaces as well as with the directions of Michigan Senate Police Department personnel or other authorized individuals.

Discriminatory And Sexual Harassment Policy

The Michigan Senate’s discriminatory and sexual harassment policy, which applies to all Senators, Senate employees, and interns, as well as to interactions involving visitors of the Senate and any Senator, Senate employee, or intern, can be found here.

Public Wireless Access

The Senate's public wireless network is 'spubnet' you will be asked to accept the Use Policy before gaining access. A username and password are not required.


If you have any questions pertaining to the Binsfeld Office Building visitor security procedures, please contact the Senate Business Office at: or by phone: 517-373-1675

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