The Library has two public meeting rooms available. When not previously booked by a Library or other City-government group, the room is available for use by:
- Organized, non-profit groups which offer philanthropic, educational, or cultural programs to the community
- For-profit businesses that are physically located in Louisville or Superior
The Library has two public meeting rooms available.
- The 1st Floor Meeting Room has a maximum occupancy of 70 people with tables and chairs for about 50.
- The 2nd Floor Board Rom has a has a maximum occupancy of 30 people with a conference table and chairs for about 12.
To make a reservation for the Library 1st Floor Meeting Room submit an application to the Support Services Coordinator for review and approval.
To make a reservation for the Library 2nd Floor Board Room you may submit an application to the Support Services Coordinator or you may use the online reservation system to submit your request for review and approval.
- Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.
- An application is required for each scheduled meeting; staff will review the application, determine eligibility and approval, and confirm the availability of a meeting room.
- Applications must be signed and returned before the scheduled meeting is held.
- The applicant representing the group using the room accepts personal responsibility for damage or loss to Library equipment and furnishings and must be in attendance at the scheduled meeting.
- The Library reserves the right to cancel the use of a meeting room at any time; in the event of a scheduling conflict, every attempt will be made to reschedule a group’s event.
- In the event of cancellation, the applicant is required to give at least 48 hours’ notice. Permission to use a meeting room does not constitute an endorsement by the Library of the group's beliefs.
- Use of meeting rooms is free for organized non-profits located in Louisville and Superior.
- For all other non-profits, a fee of $25 per hour—or portion thereof—will apply.
- Use of meeting rooms is reserved for businesses located in Louisville and Superior.
- A fee of $45 per hour—or portion thereof—will apply.
A reservation may be made no more than 60 days in advance and a group is limited to one meeting in a 30-day period. Maximum reservation time is limited to four hours.
The meeting rooms are available:
10:00 AM to 7:30 PM
Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
The Library has three study rooms reservation in the Adult Services area on the 2nd floor of the library. The study spaces are to be used by individuals or groups for study, discussions, tutoring sessions, and other similar activities.
As of Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Study Pods no longer require a reservation for use.
The Study Spaces are to be used by individuals or groups for study, discussions, tutoring sessions, and other similar activities.
Louisville Public Library offers three Study Rooms for public use on the second floor of the Library:
- Rex (small) = 1-4 people
- Monarch (medium) = 1-6 people
- Hecla (large) = 1-8 people
- The Study Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis; one day in advance.
- One person from the group must register online or through the Adult Services Department to use the space.
- If registering online, you will need an email address and a valid adult Louisville Public Library card.
- The person reserving the space is also responsible for the condition of the space during its use.
- Reserved study spaces will be held for 15 minutes only.
- After 15 minutes, Library staff will cancel the reservation so that another patron may reserve the space.
- When the space is vacated, the responsible person must check out with the librarian on duty at the Adult Services Information Desk.
Make a Reservation up to one day in advance:
- There is a two-hour limit for each reservation.
- Use of the space for longer than two hours may be permitted at the discretion of the Adult Services librarian on duty, and only after the patron has exhausted their two-hour time limit and there is an open space.
- Additional time may not be reserved by using another patron's card if they are also in the space for the initial reservation.
- General Library rules and policies apply in the Study Rooms
- Groups should remain in the room while room is in use
- Personal belongings should not be left unattended in room
- Nothing may be affixed to the walls, windows, ceiling, or doors
- Groups should keep the door closed to avoid disturbing other customers
- No food is allowed in the rooms and only drinks with secure covers are permitted
- Any damage should be reported immediately to the librarian on duty
- Misuse of a Study Room will result in denial of future use
- Additional time may not be reserved by using another patron's card if they are also in the room for the initial reservation