Starting August 9, the library's meeting rooms will be unavailable for public use due to library renovations. Patrons may still request reservations for the library's conference room up to two months prior to their meeting date.
The Waterloo Public Library provides meeting rooms for library sponsored or co-sponsored programs and conferences which meet the library's civic, informational, educational, cultural, and recreational goals. When not in use for library activities, these meeting rooms are available to commercial and nonprofit community organizations and committees under guidelines approved by the Library Board.
In order to qualify, the online reservation must be made at least a business day in advance and the event must be free and open to the public. Rooms are not available for use as a regularly scheduled classroom or study space by educational institutions. Rooms are not available for personal social events such as birthday parties, showers, holiday parties and receptions.
For-proﬁt groups (such as businesses and law ofﬁces) are charged a $50.00 rental fee per meeting room use. All fees from for-proﬁt groups must be received by the library before the meeting occurs. For-proﬁt groups that have a Business Membership with Friends of the Waterloo Public Library may use the library’s meeting rooms up to 3 times per year at no cost.
More information about the library’s meeting rooms may be found here.