Meeting rooms at Austin Public Library are designed to meet non-commercial, informational, educational, cultural, and civic needs including activities such as discussion groups, panels, lectures, conferences, and seminars. To be eligible to use a meeting room, any group or organization must be not for profit, have the meeting open to the public, and include three or more individuals. There is no charge for meeting room use.
Please see the Meeting Room FAQ for frequently asked questions about reserving or using the meeting rooms, or contact the Library location where you would like to reserve a meeting room.
Meeting Rooms Requests
To make reservations for your nonprofit group, book online using these instructions, or download the Meeting Room Request Form (download, print, and then bring the completed request form to your Library branch). Electronic and paper reservation requests are timestamped and processed in the order they are received. Reservations for 2017 will be available at 10 AM the first Monday of November, 2016.
If you are already familiar with the online Meeting Room System, please login.
Meeting Room Policies
The Meeting Room Policy establishes rules and procedures for the use of the Library’s meeting facilities. The librarian in charge of the building where the meeting room(s) is located is responsible for implementing this policy and for maintaining reservation lists.
The Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau maintains a list of meeting and special event facilities available in Austin.