Who can use a meeting space?

CCPL has designed Learning Pods to support customers/groups seeking a space for Virtual Learning, Independent Studying, Team Assignments, Adult Literacy, and Teleworking. To support Chesterfield County Public Schools, groups who are using the space for virtual learning will have priority registration privileges.  Community groups and organizations may also reserve spaces.  

Community members ages 18+ may apply to reserve a space. Youth ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years old and over. Youth ages 13-17 may be unaccompanied while using the space, but a parent or guardian must apply on their behalf and will be responsible for ensuring the students adhere to the guidelines.


Non-profit organizations with an office located in Chesterfield County or adjacent localities may meet in the library meeting spaces for any public, non-commercial activity, including but not limited to:

•    Community

•    Cultural

•    Educational

•    Political purposes

•    Religious purposes

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1. Who can use a meeting space?
2. Is there a fee to use the space?
3. How do I complete a meeting space request?
4. I need to request a meeting space for tomorrow! What do I do?
5. How do I know my request has been confirmed?
6. May I hold a fundraiser in the meeting space at the Library?
7. Can I come to the library before you open to set up the meeting space, or, can my group stay after you close?
8. Can I hold a meeting that only my group can attend?
9. Is food allowed in the meeting spaces?
10. Can we serve wine at our lunch meeting?
11. Can I drop off my meeting materials at the library before the time of my meeting?
12. Will the chairs and table be arranged for our group in advance?
13. What equipment does the library provide?
14. If I bring my laptop is there Internet available in the meeting space?
15. Can I use my laptop to make a presentation in the meeting space?