Meeting Rooms

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Our meeting rooms provide space for library programs and community events. Groups utilizing the Library's meeting rooms must adhere to the Meeting Room Use Policy.

Calendar Request a Meeting Room


Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E
Room Size 37' x 40' 28' x 12' 13' x 12' 19' x 28' 16' x 18'
Max Capacity 200 * 26 10 30 ** 24
Standard Setup
50 chairs, 4 tables, Podium with integrated presentation system.

16 chairs around 6 tables, 10 extra chairs.

8 chairs around a round table, 2 extra chairs.

16 chairs around 8 movable tables, 14 extra chairs.

10 chairs around a conference table, 14 extra chairs.
Meeting must be open to public? Yes No No No No
Projector or Large Display Projector Large Display Large Display Large Display Large Display
DVD Player Yes Yes Yes Can use computer Yes
Blu-ray Player Yes Yes No No No
Laptop Connection Options Wireless, HDMI, VGA HDMI, VGA VGA Wireless, HDMI, VGA HDMI, VGA
Audio Connection Options Wireless, HDMI, 3.5mm stereo HDMI None Wireless, HDMI HDMI
Built-in Computer with USB port Yes No No Yes No
White Board Portable Built-in Built-in Built-in Built-in
Flip Chart Portable Built-in Built-in Portable Built-in
Skype, GoToMeeting
No No No Yes
with the Web Conferencing Hub - personal account required
Additional Equipment Microphones. Tables. Up to 130 chairs. Hearing Loop. Hearing Augmentation System.

* Rooms A, B and C can be reserved together for a total of 180 occupants with chairs. The combined rooms will accommodate up to 400 people with no chairs or furniture.
** Room D can accommodate up to 49 people with no chairs or furniture.

Not sure where the meeting rooms are? Check our building maps to find your way around.

Hours Available

Room E is only available during regular Library hours.

Rooms A, B, C, and D are available during the following hours:

Monday-Thursday: 9 am - 9 pm
Friday: 9 am - 8 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 5 pm

Evening meetings in Rooms A, B, C, and D must start at least one hour before the Library closes.


Meeting rooms are available for:

  • Non-profit citizen's groups - contact information required including names and phone numbers of two Johnson County residents
  • Non-profit corporations - those granted tax-exempt status by the IRS under section 501(c)(3) or other tax exempt sections of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Candidate campaign committees - as defined in Iowa Code §68A.102(5)
  • Political committees - as defined by Iowa Code §68A.102(18)
  • Governmental subdivisions - or a department/division/bureau of a governmental subdivision

Don't fit the eligibility requirements? Try an alternative meeting room


Can I Zoom from your meeting rooms?
Meeting Room D can connect to a Zoom meeting with audio and video if you request the Web Hub under the equipment options, however, you will need to use your personal Zoom account when setting up and logging into the meeting.

Is there a fee for using the rooms?
It doesn’t cost to use the meeting rooms; however, if the room is not returned to its standard setup, if there are damages, or if extraordinary cleanup must occur a minimum of $50 will be charged to cover it.

Can I serve food at my meetings?
Yes, but you must clean up when you are done. If you anticipate you will have a lot of trash, please notify us ahead of time and we’ll put an extra trash receptacle in the room. The Help Desk can also supply a vacuum cleaner if needed.

What if I want to move the furniture around?
It is okay to move furniture that is not fixed to the floor; however, you are responsible for returning the room to the standard set up. Standard set ups are posted in each room. Tables in Rooms D and E may not be moved.

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