Meeting and Study Rooms

Meeting and Study Rooms

Reserve a space to host a meeting, telework, or study at your library.

Room availability, capacity, and equipment vary by location. Read our Meeting Room Use policy before making a reservation. 

Find out how to use these public spaces in the frequently asked questions at the bottom of this page. Need help making a reservation? Call your library.

Reserve a Meeting Room

Use a meeting room that can accommodate a large group. Check availability, then request a room reservation.

Drop-in To Use a Study Room

Use a study room for just one or a few people. Study rooms are available for drop-in use at some locations. Ask staff about availability during your visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 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.

  • Library staff accept or decline requests on a first-come, first-served basis.
    If you don’t receive confirmation 72 hours before your requested reservation:
    Contact your library.

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

  • Your activities in the space will be open to all library visitors.
    You may not collect fees.
    You may not sell products or services.
    Your reservation will be cancelled if you're more than 30 minutes late.

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