How My Offices Can Help You

August 2, 2019
Representative Roby's Weekly Column

As your representative in Congress, I have the privilege of offering numerous services and resources to the people who live and work in the Second District. My offices provide quite a few constituent services, and it is important that you’re aware of them so that you can take full advantage of the many ways my offices can help you.

My district offices in Montgomery, Dothan, and Andalusia assist constituents with casework, meaning if you’ve placed an inquiry with a federal agency, like the VA or Social Security Administration, and haven’t received a timely response, or if you feel you have been treated unfairly, my district offices might be able to help resolve the problem. At the very least, they can provide the information you need. If you are currently experiencing issues with one of the federal agencies, I encourage you to contact one of my offices as soon as possible so we can do our best to help you resolve the issue.

If you are planning a trip to our nation’s capital, my staff in Washington is available to help you obtain tickets for tours of the U.S. Capitol building and other attractions, including the White House, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, and more. Please be advised that advanced notice is usually necessary, so if you are planning a visit to D.C., I encourage you to contact my office as soon as possible. Our goal is to help you have a wonderful experience.

Did you also know that you can purchase an American flag through my office? You can even request that your flag be flown over the Capitol building before it is sent to you. This is a really special way to commemorate important occasions for yourself or a loved one. If you are interested in taking advantage of this service, contact my office in Washington, and we will make it happen.

There are many, many other services available to you through my offices, including service academy nominations, congressional internships for college students, presidential greetings, assistance with federal grant applications, and more. I hope you will pass this information along to your friends and family, so they are aware of what is available, too.

Below you will find the contact information for all of my offices, and this information can also be found on my website: Always remember that my staff and I work for you, and we are eager to assist you.

Washington, D.C., office:

504 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, D.C., 20515

(202) 225-2901

Montgomery office:

401 Adams Avenue, Suite 160

Montgomery, AL 36104

(334) 262-7718

Dothan office:

217 Graceland Drive, Suite 5

Dothan, AL 36305

(334) 794-9680

Andalusia office:

City Hall

505 E. Three Notch Street, Suite 322

Andalusia, AL 36420

(334) 428-1129