As a public institution, the Arapahoe Library District provides open access to all forms of educational, cultural and recreational information including ideas and the free expression of all points of view. In keeping with these principles, the Arapahoe Library District provides reservable spaces for members of the local community to meet in to present and exchange points of view on subjects of all kinds.
Reservable spaces are available at no charge to all nonprofit, community and for-profit/business groups, regardless of their beliefs or affiliations. Patrons are not allowed to bring alcohol into the library or use electronic smoking devices, tobacco products or marijuana anywhere in the library. Only service animals, emotional support animals and animals that are a part of a library sponsored program are allowed in our reservable spaces.
Library-sponsored programs take priority over nonprofit, community and for-profit/business groups.
Granting of permission to use library facilities does not constitute endorsement by the Arapahoe Library District Staff or Board of Trustees. Any advertisement or announcements regarding reservable spaces may not include the Arapahoe Libraries logo or suggest co-sponsorship and needs to contain our disclaimer: "Granting of permission by the Arapahoe Library District to use library facilities does not constitute endorsement by the Library District staff or Board of Trustees." The Library District, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to revoke reservable space privileges at any time.
Facilities must be left in a clean and orderly condition. Users must pay costs for repair of any damage incurred. The Arapahoe Library District is not responsible for materials or equipment left in library facilities by users.
Use of our reservable spaces is governed by the same library policies and guidelines as all our facilities, spaces, and services.