There are a lot of websites on the Internet that have information about the Barack Obama Inauguration on January 20th, 2009 as our 44th President. But in order to make sure that you are getting the best information possible here is a compilation of the Official Websites that contain up-to-the-minute information:
Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies has been responsible since 1901 for the planning and implementation of the swearing-in ceremonies of the Inauguration of the President of the United States. This committee compiled this official Barack Obama Inauguration website to help people in planning for the trip to the Inauguration. This site contains key information for:
• How to Get Tickets to the Inauguration
• Details on the Inauguration Parade
• Schedule of Inauguration Official Balls
• Details on Accessibility to the Swearing-In and Other Events
The full listing of rules of what you can and cannot take to the Inauguration Ceremonies can be found at ‘Presidential Inauguration Has Strict Rules’.
Presidential Inaugural Committee
This Inauguration site was put up by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to convey all the information that you need to attend and support the Barack Obama Inauguration.
The Presidential Inauguration Committee site also has a link to the Official Inauguration Store at http://pic2009.inauguralcollectibles.com/. Where you can get an Inauguration Messenger Bag, and Inauguration Panoramic Photo, Inauguration Buttons, China, Jewelry, Glassware and lots of other Inauguration items.
The Inauguration Blog has all the latest news and information about the Barack Obama Inauguration and how to volunteer and donate to the Inauguration.
Presidential ’09 Inauguration
This Inauguration site is the official site of the District of Columbia for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. This site will assist you in finding valuable information about the events surrounding the Barack Obama Presidential Inauguration, including lodging information, transportation, security measures and closures.
All the latest news on the Barack Obama Inauguration is on this site. You can also sign-up to volunteer to help with the Inauguration. There is a full events calendar that shows all activities for each day of the Barack Obama Inauguration. Whether you are walking, taking the Metro or a Bus, all the information that you need is posted with the latest information.
This site also allows Inauguration attendee’s to sign-up for emergency text messages on the Alert DC network. Alert DC is a text connection to real-time updates, instructions on where to go and what to do in case of emergency.
All the information that you need about school and government closures in the Washington D.C. area for the Barack Obama Inauguration are on this site.