A Clark County Public Library card is needed to use any meeting rooms at the library.
Meeting rooms are available for public use at all library locations.
To book the Gaier Meeting Room (groups of 25 participants or more) or the Dividable Room 1 and/or 2 (group sizes 8 to 25 participants) at the Main Library, please click here: Space Bookings - LibCal - Clark County Public Library. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, maximum capacity for the Gaier Room has been reduced by half. Meeting room reservations at a Branch Library will be approved by the Branch Manager.
Enon: (937) 864-2502
Houston: (937) 462-8047
Park: (937) 322-2498
Village: (937) 322-2226
All meetings (excluding Small Meeting Rooms #3-6 at the Main Library) must be scheduled at least one week in advance and will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis with Library events taking priority. Requests will be addressed as time allows.
By submitting a request for space the user agrees to answer the booking form questions as accurately as possible. Submission of a request constitutes a signature on and agreement to our meeting room policy. Groups booking the room should be aware of the rules for the space and should read the policy prior to using the meeting rooms. Failure to comply with the policy will result in permanent loss of meeting room privileges.
The Library reserves the right to review any or all applications for space and judge whether or not the applicant fits the policy.
Small Meeting Rooms at the Main Library and Enon Branch
The Main Library has four Small Meeting Rooms (numbered 3-6) available for use and our Enon Branch has one Small Meeting Room available. Small Meeting Rooms are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis and can also be reserved up to three days in advance. A sign-up kiosk is located at the Patron Services Desk in the main hallway. Space may also be booked online by visiting http://Ccplohio.libcal.com/r These rooms are for use by groups of 8 people or less. Please see the Small Meeting Room Policy for more information.
Main Library Rotunda
The Rotunda now has comfortable seating with tables and a vending area. It is a nice place to meet people if privacy is not required. Sound buffering added to the area greatly reduces noise, so you can have a conversation without disrupting business in other areas of the library.