Meeting Rooms

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Each library branch has plenty of seating for individuals or groups. Whether you need a nook for private reading or a table for your colleagues, the library can accommodate you. If you need a larger space, consider a meeting room. Information about meeting rooms is below.

The Library System has multi-purpose rooms available to non-profit organizations for free educational and cultural activities. No money shall be charged or solicited by the organization for any program or meeting held in the multi-purpose room. All programs, meetings, and activities shall be free and open to the public.

Branches with Multi-Purpose Rooms: Headquarters, Forest Park, Lovejoy, Morrow, and Riverdale. The Headquarters Library also has a small conference/board room that can be reserved. The meeting rooms are usually booked several weeks in advance, so be sure to call and request a reservation as much time as possible before your event.

The library meeting rooms have wireless Internet access and power outlets, but are unable to provide any special equipment such as computers or projectors.

You will need to provide your 501c3 number to submit a room booking online.
Next, select “Non-Profit” from the drop down menu and then click “Done”.

Next, select the date of your reservation using the calendar to the left of the screen.

Below the calendar, choose your branch or branches that you would like to view available times for.

Next, choose your branch and room and select a time from for use.

Date-and-Branch-CommunicoFollow the on screen instructions to complete your booking.  Your room will be confirmed by a library staff person after your 501c3 status has been verified.

CCLS Meeting Room Policy: Meeting Room Policy (pdf)
CCLS Meeting Room Paper Application: Clayton-County-Library-System-Room-Application (pdf)
Northwest Meeting Room

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Mission Statement

To contribute to the success of the citizens of our diverse community by offering a full range of library services that meet their informational, educational and leisure interests, fostering the love of reading in our youth and the lifelong pursuit of knowledge for all.