Library Small Reservable Rooms (Study Rooms, Conference Room, Business Center)
Subfacility of Cozby Library & Community Commons
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- May be reserved by card holders 14 years and older.
- Reservations may be made in one-hour blocks with a maximum of three hours.
- Reservations may be submitted no more than three months or less than 72 hours in advance.
- Card holders are not limited to a number of meetings per month.
- However, each reservation must be at least three days (72 hours) apart and they cannot make a new reservation until the initial meeting takes place.
- If the card holder is 15 minutes or more late, the reservation may be cancelled.
- Study Room D holds up to 4 people. Study Room E holds up to 6 people. Study Room F, the Business Center, and the Conference Room are available for up to 12 people.
- When not reserved, Study Room D, E, F, and the Business Center are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The doors will not be kept locked, but a sign will be on the outside of the rooms indicating when they are reserved.
- The Conference Room will be kept locked unless in use.
- Study Rooms A through C will continue to be first-come, first-served.
Make a Reservation
- Study Rooms A through C are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up to use the room for up to 3 hours each day.
- Study Rooms D through E are available on a first-come, first-served basis when they are not reserved.
- Study Room F functions as a shared space when it is not reserved and Monday through Thursday, 5 to 9 PM.
- The Business Center functions as a shared space when it is not reserved.
- The Conference Room is closed to the public when it is not reserved.
- As a government entity, the City of Coppell strives to make available facilities open for public use in a manner consistent with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. We hope that as you utilize our facilities, you will find them accessible and efficient for your needs.
- In compliance with the non-discrimination requirements of Title III of the ADA, a community group, non-profit entity, or private business must facilitate, at its sole expense, any disability-related request for reasonable accommodation, effective communication, or program modification that does not impose undue burden (significant difficulty or expense).
- A government entity has no obligation to facilitate requests for reasonable accommodations connected to an event or activity sponsored or managed by a community group, non-profit entity, or private business that is making use of government-owned facilities.
- If you have any questions or concerns in regard to the accessibility of any City facilities being utilized by a community group, non-profit entity, or private business, please notify the manager of that particular facility or Kori Allen, ADA and Capital Programs Coordinator, at 972-462-5148.