Answered By: Maggie Bond
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2017     Views: 811

Our meeting rooms are free of charge and designed to meet non-commercial, informational, educational, cultural and civic needs. Library Meeting Rooms are ideal for discussion groups, panels, lectures, conferences and seminars.

All locations except Faulk Central Library have meeting rooms.

To be eligible to use a meeting room, any group or organization must:

  • be not for profit (i.e., you can't sell anything)
  • have the meeting open to the public
  • include 3 or more individuals

You may reserve a meeting room online. You may also download, print and complete the Meeting Room Request Form and bring it to your Library branch.

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