Meeting rooms are available for use when not scheduled for library-sponsored programming. All meetings must be free and open to the public. For full details, please view the Program Room Use Policy.
Who can book a meeting room?
Individuals 21 years of age and older residing in the library’s tax district may reserve a meeting room. The requester must have a valid library card and fines of less than $10.00.
When can I book a meeting room?
Room requests must be submitted at least 72 hours in advance, but no more than 10 weeks prior to the meeting date. They are reviewed within 48 hours, Monday through Friday, and considered pending until approved by library staff. Requests are approved via email.
How often can I reserve a meeting room?
Rooms may be reserved by an individual or group no more than twelve (12) times per year subject to the following conditions.
- Up to six (6) times/year on evenings (Monday-Thursday, 5-9pm) and weekends.
- Up to ten (10) times/year on weekdays (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm).
Is audio/visual equipment available for use?
Audio/visual equipment is available for use in the Piracci Board Room, Program Room A & B, and Program Room C. Please request equipment at the time the room is reserved; there is a $25 equipment fee ($26.75 including tax).
How do I book a room?
Room reservations are made online. Once you agree to our Program Room Use Policy, you will be directed to an online calendar where you can select the date and location for your meeting and fill out a reservation form. Click on each room name to see room capacity and availability of audio/visual equipment.Click the button below to book your meeting room!
Walk-in Room Use
When not otherwise scheduled, Program Rooms C and D are available for use during regular library hours on a walk-in basis for a limit of 2 hours per day. Users must sign in at the Ask a Librarian Desk on the 1st Floor and use of the room must comply with the Program Room Use Policy.
Other Meeting Rooms in Clifton Park & Halfmoon
Options for other meeting rooms in the area. Contact the organization for more information.