Meeting Rooms

COVID-19 Service Update - Summer 2021

All Library meeting rooms and study rooms are now open.  Here's what you need to know:

  • As before, meeting rooms must be reserved (instructions below). Study rooms are available on a first-come, first served basis. 
  • As a courtesy, wipes are available during library open hours for guests who would prefer to sanitize tables before use. 


Meeting Room Policies

Free public meeting rooms and study rooms are available in all of our libraries. Our full Meeting Room Policy (PDF) is available for you to read, but here are a few key points:

  • Meeting rooms are by reservation only. To reserve a room, submit your request online or speak with staff to make the reservation on your behalf. See below for directions. 
  • Rooms may be requested up to 30 days in advance. 
  • Meeting room use may not interfere with the normal functions of the library. 
  • If you're hosting an activity, the Library may not be identified or implied as a co-sponsor without prior approval from the Branch Manager. Any publicity used to promote the meeting room activity must include the following language: This is not a Scott County Library event. 
  • No audio/visual equipment is available in the rooms or for checkout.

Reserve a Meeting Room Online

It's easy to submit a request online through our booking site! Once you submit your request, library staff will review it as soon as possible during that library's open hours.

How it works:
  • Submit your reservationPlease note that you are searching all seven of our libraries in this view. Double check that the room you're reserving is in your preferred library.
  • You will receive an email confirming the reservation was submitted.
  • Staff will review your reservation as soon as they can during their normal open hours
  • If at any time you need to cancel, you can either click the cancellation link in your confirmation email or contact the library.