Reserve study rooms at Old Town Library and Harmony Library for one to eight people, free of charge. Study rooms at Council Tree Libraries are available on a drop-in basis only.
Study rooms may be reserved and scheduled online up to two weeks in advance. You will need an email address to reserve a study room online. Rooms may be reserved for up to two hours per day, per single-user or group. Rooms must be vacated 15 minutes prior to library closing time.
Study Room A can accommodate eight people comfortably and is equipped with a flat screen monitor and a white board.
Study Room B can accommodate six people comfortably and is equipped with a flat screen monitor and a white board.
Study Rooms C, E, and F can accommodate four people comfortably and each room is equipped with a large white board.
Study Room D can accommodate six people comfortably. The room is equipped with a flat screen monitor.
Study Rooms 1, 2, and 3 can accommodate one person and each room is equipped with a table, chair, and a large white board.
Each room is equipped with a table, chairs, and a white board..
Study Room 1 can accommodate two people comfortably.
Study Rooms 2 and 3 can accommodate four to six people comfortably.
Study Rooms 4 and 5 can accommodate four people comfortably.
There is no cost to use the study rooms. Library District Policies apply to all persons using study rooms. Library employees reserve the right to revoke study room privileges at any time.
Study rooms must be vacated 10 minutes prior to library closing time.
To accommodate use by the greatest number of people, use of the room is limited to one reservation per day per single-user or group. Individuals within a group may not make separate reservations that result in multiple two-hour sessions for the group as a whole. Study rooms may be reserved and scheduled up to two weeks in advance.
Room reservations may be made up to the time the room is requested.
Room reservations will be held for 15 minutes, and then the room will become available to other users.
Groups and individuals using the rooms are responsible for any necessary set up and/or clean up following use.
Please leave the study room promptly at your designated end time.
If someone is in your reserved room at your designated time, please notify a library employee.
Please be respectful of other library users and keep noise to a minimum.
Reservation information regarding Library District study 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.