Does the library have meeting rooms for the public to use?

The Library offers free meeting room use for nonprofit civic groups, organizations or clubs for civic, cultural, educational and informational meetings.

All meetings must be free and open to the public.

A Facility Use Policy and Waiver must be signed to reserve the any of the Library’s meeting rooms.

The Library’s large meeting room is located on the main floor of the library and seats up to 12 people at its rectangle conference table and accommodates up to 30 people in a presentation-style setup. A laptop and projector are available for use.

The Library’s small meeting room is located on the third floor of the library and seat up to 10 people around a round conference table.

Please contact the Library if you are interested in reserving a meeting space by calling 520-432-4232 or emailing cqlprograms@bisbeeaz.gov.





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