Meeting Rooms Have Reopened

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Starting today, May 4, you’ll be able to reserve meeting rooms at libraries. 

Find library locations with reservable meeting rooms.

Book a meeting room.

Read our meeting room use policy. 

Meeting Room FAQs

  • Yes. You can reserve a meeting room. Find a room and request a reservation.

  • You can reserve a meeting room online, opens a new window or by contacting your local community library, opens a new window.

    Meeting room capacity varies by location.

    Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations can be made 4 weeks into the future. Include enough time for setting up and breaking down the room. 

    You will be notified if your request is approved or denied, once staff have reviewed your request.

  • You can reserve a meeting room for as many hours as it's available, while the library is open.

    Include enough time in your reservation to:

    • Set up your activity before it begins.
    • Clean up the room after your activity is complete.
    • Return the room to its original setup after your activity is complete.
  • You can reserve a room up to 28 days in advance starting at midnight.

  • All rooms have tables and chairs. Some rooms offer other equipment. Find details on individual library reservation pages.

Safety FAQs

  • DIA celebra la literatura infantil, las familias, la lectura y la diversidad multicultural. 

    El Día del niño y del libro (también conocido como DÍA o Diversidad en acción) comenzó hace 28 años. Pat Mora, escritora mexicano-estadounidense introdujo esta celebración en los Estados Unidos en 1996. El Día del niño y del libro enfatiza la importancia de leer en el / los idiomas de la familia y preservar la/s cultura/s de origen a través de los libros. 

    ¡Gracias a nuestros socios! 

  • The reading challenge is part of our yearlong Celebrate the Freedom to Read campaign. Celebrate our freedom by collectively reading or listening to 1 million minutes. 

  • Book Group Kits are bags containing 10 copies of the same book that you can check out and use for your book clubs or other groups.

    1. Follow the link for Rosetta Stone on our Databases page in a browser. Enter your library card number and password.
    2. Select Rosetta Stone Library Solution from the list.
    3. Create an account with your email address and a password. Select a language to learn. You can only learn one language with the Rosetta Stone.
    4. On your mobile device, download the Rosetta Stone app from your provider’s store. You can follow the link in the “View available apps” section on our Databases
    5. Open the app and select “Log In” underneath the blue “Get Started” button.
    6. Select “Work or School” for the account type.
    7. Enter the email address you used to create your Rosetta Stone account for the user name. Enter the password you created. On Android devices, choose Next.
    8. Enter the Workspace ID on Apple devices and when prompted for Android device. The workspace ID is s9225476.
    9. Choose Sign In for iOS or Next for Android.
    10. Start learning!
  • A Teen Advisory Board is a group of teen volunteers who meet regularly with a librarian facilitator to offer input on library services and co-design library programs. Teen Advisory Boards help librarians create programs that meet the needs of youth in their community. These programs align with the library’s mission and goals. Contact your local library to learn more about recent events planned for and with teens.