The Council Tree Library, Harmony Library and Old Town Library provide gathering places as part of the fulfillment of the Library District's mission.
Community Rooms are primarily used by Library District staff for programs, classes, and meetings. When available, the rooms may be reserved by nonprofit groups for meetings, seminars, and programs that are free and open to the public. There is no charge to use the rooms. Please read the Use of the Meeting Rooms policy before proceeding.
For Community Room information and reservations, reserve online or call the Library's Answer Center at 221-6740. Community Rooms must be reserved at least 24 hours ahead of the meeting date/time. Groups must notify the Library's Answer Center as soon as possible if their reservation for a room is no longer needed. A room reservation will not be held beyond 15 minutes of the scheduled start time.
Reservation information regarding events in Library District Community Rooms is made available to the public.
Community Room Rules of Use (PDF format/293K)
Community Room Features and Equipment (PDF format/22K)
Alternative Meeting Rooms in Fort Collins Area (PDF format/313K)
Community Rooms 1 & 2 at the Old Town Library are equipped with a Hearing Loop. People with a hearing impairment may check out a receiver with headphones or use the T-coil mode on their hearing aid or cochlear implant to enjoy the program through the room's sound system without distracting background noise and reverberation.
Study rooms may be reserved and scheduled online up to two weeks in advance. Rooms may be reserved for up to two hours per day, per single-user or group. To view a schedule of study room availability, click on Reserve a Study Room link. Rooms must be vacated 10 minutes prior to library closing time.
Study Rooms A and B can accommodate six people comfortably. These two rooms are equipped with flat screen monitors.
Study Rooms C, E, and F can accommodate four people comfortably and each room is equipped with a large white board.
Study Room D is the Collaboration Room. This room is designed to accommodate eight people comfortably. The room is equipped with a whiteboard and specialized communications and collaborative equipment/technology.
Study Rooms 1, 2, and 3 can accommodate one person and each room is equipped with a table, chair, and a large white board.
Reservation information regarding events in Library District meeting rooms is made available to the public. If you have questions, please call the Answer Center at 970-221-6740 or see library staff for assistance.
Cancel Room Reservation (with confirmation number)