COVID-19 Safety Information


The Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau’s priority has always been the safety of its employees and the meeting and convention attendees in the Statehouse Convention Center, Robinson Center, Ottenheimer Market Hall and all other LRCVB managed facilities. That’s why we’re taking necessary measures to react to the COVID-19 health crisis. 


We can’t wait to welcome you to Little Rock; hospitality is what we’re all about. Here’s just some of what we’re doing to make sure that when you’re here, you’re safe. 


Onsite communications have been updated to include print and digital signage in public areas reminding guests of important hygiene measures and physical distancing. 


Capacity charts for all exhibit halls, ballrooms, meeting rooms and the performance hall will be revised to allow for physical distancing standards. All public areas will be configured to include wider aisles and orderly queues where needed. Where possible, public access doors will be designated as either entrance or exit only to limit cross pedestrian traffic and personal contact. 

Arkansas Phase 2 guidelines require face coverings by all visitors. Don’t have one? We’ll have extras to hand out. Our staff will be wearing them too, along with additional personal protective equipment suitable for their duties.

Continuous cleaning by our staff of all high-contact surfaces including door pulls, escalator rails and elevator buttons. LRCVB’s disinfectant procedure adheres to CDC guidelines. 


Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout our facilities. 

Food and beverage practices have been assessed and updated to align with best practices for safety and hygiene. 

All elevators are limited to a capacity of two. 

Flying in?

Research shows that aircraft are unlikely places for the transmission of viruses like COVID-19. Once you’ve landed, you’ll be welcomed at newly remodeled Clinton National Airport. The airport has implemented safety measures that include increased frequency of cleaning and sanitizing of high contact areas, ensuring high traffic areas are frequently maintained and janitorial staff is following best practices. There are also additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the terminal and near information counters.