The library has several rooms available for meeting or studying. Two study rooms are located on the first floor and a small conference room is located on the second floor.
The rooms are available on a first come first serve basis for a period of one hour. Users must sign in at the Circulation Desk. No reservations will be taken in advance. The rooms can only be reserved in advance by library staff for library sponsored programs and any organization that the library has a contractual grant-agreement with to provide free tutoring space.
If another group or individual is not waiting to use the room and there is not a waiting list, the users can continue to use the room past one hour until another user requests to use the room.
Study Room A: Maximum occupancy 6. Study Room B: Maximum occupancy 8. Small Conference Room: Maximum Capacity 10-12.
Tables and chairs cannot be rearranged or moved.
The room should be left is its original condition or future use will be banned.
The Small Conference Room features a projector and a white board wall which can be written on with dry erase markers. By order of the Library Board: "No drawing. For presentations only. Will be erased nightly. Please ask library staff for appropriate markers. Will be charged for damage to wall for using permanent markers."
The library has a Teen Room exclusively reserved for anyone between the ages of 12 and 18. No sign in is required. This room features three computers and several tables for studying or group activities. Appropriate behavior is expected at all times.
While the Study Rooms and Small Conference Room can be used on a first come first served basis, the Community Room is strictly for library events. The O'Fallon Parks department has meeting rooms that can be rented and many churches provide a community room for their members to use.
Approved by the Library Board of Trustees on November 11, 2013 and revised May 12th, 2014