Study Rooms

The Addison Public Library offers several small conference/study rooms to enable individuals and small groups to meet or have a quiet space to work. Study rooms are available at no cost.

Study rooms vary in size and are limited in the number of people allowed in each room, ranging from 2-8. The two rooms located within the Children’s area of the library are reserved exclusively for use of groups with children in 5th grade or younger.

Rooms may be reserved up to one week in advance for no more than one two-hour reservation slot. Reservations will be held for 10 minutes after the designated time. No one may make more than one reservation per week. Reservations are only accepted from Addison Public Library card holders.

Study rooms are available on a walk in, first come, first served basis. Addison Public Library cardholders may use study rooms for up to two hours. This time period may be extended by Library staff if no one is waiting. Non APL-cardholders are also granted two hours for use of study rooms when possible. When all rooms are in use, priority will be given to Addison Public Library cardholders. Users may be asked to leave if they disturb others or engage in destructive or inappropriate behavior.

Users of the study rooms are responsible for leaving the rooms in a neat and orderly condition. Failure to do so may result in the denial of future requests to use a study room.