Reserve a Room

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How to Reserve

A library card is not required for study room use; however, to reserve a study room online or using the myLIBRO App you will need a library card in good standing. You can also reserve a room over the phone at (602) 652-3000.

Reservations are on a first come, first served basis. By reserving you agree to follow study room policies. Each library may have additional study room policies.

  • A library card in good standing is required to reserve a study room online or through the myLIBRO app.
  • Customers without a library card must contact library staff to reserve a study room.
  • Reservations can be made up to 2 weeks in advance and for up to 2 hours per day for individuals and groups.
  • As a courtesy to others, multiple members from the same group may not book the room for consecutive 2-hour reservations throughout the day.
  • The initial 2-hour block of reservation time can be booked consecutively or split throughout the day.
  • Each library has additional study room policies.

Expectations

  • Please respect your reservation times. If the room is unoccupied for more than 15 minutes during the reservation period, the individual or group will forfeit all consecutive room reservations to others who are requesting its use.
  • Users of the study rooms are responsible for leaving the rooms in a neat and orderly condition.
  • Users must maintain a quiet, study-like atmosphere, and discussions should take place at conversational volumes.
  • For your security, please do not leave unattended items in study rooms.
  • Study room doors must remain unlocked, windows and doors must remain unobstructed/uncovered and lights must remain on.
  • Study rooms can accommodate a limited amount of people. Users are expected to follow the room occupancy limits.
  • Study Rooms are not to be used for commercial purposes. This includes sales, solicitation, promotional, and fee-based activities and services.
  • Customers or groups may not use the library‚Äôs address or phone number as their point of contact to conduct business out of a study room.

Looking for a larger meeting space? Some of our locations have meeting room options available through their city or town. Please call your library to learn more.