Policy statement

The San Juan Memorial Library provides a total of 2 study rooms to enable individuals or small groups of 6 to meet or have a quiet space to work during regular library hours.

  • Person/s requesting study room accepts responsibility for maintaining and leaving the room in its original condition.
  • The study room may be used for a maximum of 2 hours daily. Additional time will be granted only for extreme circumstances and must be pre-approved by the circulation staff on duty.
  • Study rooms are available on a first–come–first–served basis. Advance reservations will not be taken.
  • Occupancy limits: 6 persons per room.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Food, drinks, all tobacco and alcohol products are prohibited.
  • Persons found: eating, littering, engaging in loud or disruptive behavior, defacing library property or otherwise acting inappropriately will be removed from the study room and library.
  • Occupants are responsible for their belongings.
  • All contraband or illegal activities are prohibited.
  • Study rooms may not be used to distribute or sell goods or services of any kind.
  • Study rooms are not intended to be the regular meeting site of any group or organization.
  • No signs, fliers or banners may be attached to any library wall, ceiling or property.
  • Rooms must be vacated 15 minutes prior to library closing.

Failure to follow the above rules may result in loss of library privileges and/or criminal prosecution or other action.