Meeting & Study Rooms

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Meeting Rooms

Library meeting rooms are available for educational, informational, or cultural meetings during the hours the library is open. Meetings must be free of charge and open to the public. Admission fees, donations, or other fees may not be charged or solicited. Meeting rooms are not available for fundraising, selling merchandise or services, soliciting for later sales, or placing orders.

Not sure if your meeting qualifies? Please click here for examples of gatherings that would be allowed in the library meeting rooms and examples of gatherings that would not be allowed.

Rooms may be reserved for the hours the library is open, but meetings must end 30 minutes prior to closing to allow for cleanup and exiting. Groups are responsible for setting up tables and chairs and for returning the room to its original condition.

Groups are limited to two library meeting room uses per month. Multiple simultaneous room reservations for one event are considered as one use.

How to Reserve a Meeting Room

You can request a meeting space through our online booking system. Click one of the options below to find a room and get started. You will need an email address to book online. Reservations must be made at least one business day in advance to allow time for processing.

Study Rooms

Study rooms of various sizes are available for individuals and small groups to use for two hour sessions. Same-day signup is available at the Youth Services and Adult Services Desks.