The University Park Public Library Community Meeting Room, Local History / Texana Room, and Study Rooms are available to rent. Learn more about these rooms by reviewing the information on this page. Fees for reserving all meeting rooms are determined by the City Council and can be found in the Master Fee schedule.
To request a reservation, submit a request online. Please note that all reservation requests must be approved by the Library Director and are subject to meeting room policies and procedures.
The Community Meeting Room is a 2,000 square feet multi-purpose space located on the building's third floor. The room is equipped with an overhead projector and screen, as well as a kitchenette that has a sink, refrigerator, and microwave. The room is available for nonprofit and for-profit groups. Room occupancy limits are 110 with chairs only, or 80 if the room is set with tables and chairs.
Community Meeting Room staffing is $30 per hour after 6 pm
The Local History / Texana Room may be used by special request at the discretion of the Library Director or designee. This room is only available for use during the hours the library is open. Room occupancy is 20 people.
Study Rooms can be rented by business professionals during non-peak study hours between 10 am and 3 pm in one-hour increments for $30. For additional details and restrictions, consult the "Reservations" section of our Meeting Room Policies and Procedures, available on our Library Policies page. The occupancy limit for the study rooms is six people.
Please reference the "Meeting Room Policies and Procedures" tab on our Library Policies page.