Meeting Rooms Policy
The North Liberty Community
The North Liberty Community Library provides meeting/study space for library sponsored or co-sponsored programs which meet the library’s goals. Meetings rooms will also be available for educational purposes and that support the library’s mission. Administration has discretion to make these decisions.
Guidelines for use of meeting/study rooms are approved by
Reservations for the use of the meeting/ study rooms may be made at the circulation desk, by telephone or electronically.
The library has the right to limit the number of meetings for which any group may book a meeting/ study room. Preference will be given to library events and meetings.
Meeting/study rooms may be reserved during regular library hours.
Sessions may not start less than 30 minutes before the library’s closing time. All meetings must end promptly at library closing time.
Based on availability, staff may limit the number of reservations and/or the amount of time that an individual or group may reserve/use a study room.
In accordance with
The meeting/study rooms may not be reserved exclusively for exhibition or display purposes.
A daily schedule of meeting room usage will be posted outside each meeting room door.
A schedule will also be posted electronically.
After the meeting the user is responsible for leaving the rooms in their standard arrangement.
Refreshments are allowed in the meeting/study rooms with staff permission.
There is no fee for the use of the meeting/study rooms, but users will be charged for damage or room clean-up beyond normal expectations.
The library reserves the right to refuse use of the rooms if individuals or groups do not adhere to policies.
Reviewed and Revised: November 2012