Yes, all CCPL libraries have free Citizen Wi-Fi for public use.
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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:
• Political purposes
• Religious purposes
There is no rental fee.
Reservation requests are made online.
CCPL requires at least 48 hours to approve a meeting space request. If you need a room more quickly, please call your local library for assistance.
You will receive an email once your reservation is approved.
No, meeting spaces are not to be used for the direct sale of merchandise, goods or services for profit, or for the promotion of any commercial or profit-making venture or business. Meeting spaces are not to be used for fundraising for the benefit of private individuals or for private support of organizations.
Meeting spaces are only available during hours when the library is open. Meetings must adjourn 15 minutes before closing time.
No, all meetings held in library meeting spaces must be open to the public.
Many of the large meeting spaces do allow food to be served. Some have kitchens with microwaves, ovens or refrigerators. Visit any library location page to see the amenities available at that location.
Alcoholic beverages may not be served or consumed on library property and smoking of any tobacco product (including smokeless tobacco) is prohibited inside the building.
No, the library cannot be responsible for any private property used or left in the library before, during or after the meeting, whether left by the applicant or by anyone who attends the applicant’s meeting.
Your group is responsible for setting up, rearranging, and taking down tables and chairs. Meeting spaces must be left clean, in good repair and in the same condition as found.
The library has some A/V equipment available for use at each library including TV and DVD players. The library has only one of each item.
Most of the large meeting spaces have the capability to use a laptop and projector for a presentation. Many have drop-down screens.