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Reserve A Room

For more information, please refer to our Meeting and Study Room policy.

Study Room FAQ 

How do i make a reservation?
Santori Library – Make your reservation or call (630)264-4167.
  • 12 study rooms are available on the 2nd floor
  • 2 study rooms are available in the children’s department
  • 2 study rooms are available in the teen department

Eola Road Branch Make your reservation or call (630)264-3467.

  • 4 study rooms are located in the computer lab
  • 1 study room is located in the children’s department available for children 12 years old and under OR adults with children 12 years old and under

West Branch – Make your reservation or call (630)264-3620.

  • 3 study rooms are located on the east side of the building
What can study rooms be used for?

Study rooms are used for a variety of purposes, including group study, private study, meetings, interviews, and so on. Tutors may use the study rooms as long as they abide by the library’s general tutor policy. The library code of conduct still applies in study rooms, and users may be asked to leave if there’s a problem.  

Are study rooms soundproof?

No, study rooms are not soundproof. While using a study room, keep conversations or phone calls at low volume and be mindful of your neighbors. It is normal to hear background noise, voices, etc. from other rooms or the hall. You’re welcome to speak to a staff member if the noise from other users becomes distracting, but we cannot guarantee silence.  

How do I reserve a room for a deposition?

Adults and teens with a current, valid library card may reserve study rooms up to 48 hours in advance through the online reservation system. The maximum length of time for study room use is 2 hours. Law firms, businesses, and other organizations have the additional option to reserve a meeting room using the online room reservation system. Please refer to Meeting Room information below.

Meeting Room FAQ 

The library welcomes the use of its meeting rooms by organizations engaged in informational, educational, cultural, and civic activities. Preference is given to local and non-profit organizations in support of the library’s mission. Use of meeting rooms does not imply endorsement, support, or co-sponsorship by Aurora Public Library of thegroup’s policies, beliefs, or activities. The library excludes the use of all facilities for political rallies, religious services, or any activities that materially and substantially interfere with the function, purpose and mission of the library.
What do i need to make a reservation?
Santori Library – Check Room Availibility here or call (630)264-4124 AND complete the Meeting Room application.
Eola Road Branch  Check Room Availbility here or call (630)264-3420 AND complete the Meeting Room application.

West Branch – Check Room Availability here or call (630)264-3620 AND complete the Meeting Room application.
Eligibility Guidelines
  • Residents of the City of Aurora over 18 years of age.
  • Nonresidents who are City of Aurora taxpaying property owners.
  • Senior administrative officers of a firm, business, or other corporation owning taxable property in the City of Aurora.
  • Representatives of organizations outside the City of Aurora boundaries serving Aurora residents.
  • A completed application with all applicable fees and documentation.
  • For meetings and events held outside regular Library hours, consult the Special Events Policy.
  • Meeting rooms may be reserved up to 60 days in advance.
  • The Executive Director may deny the use of a meeting room in his or her sole discretion.
Use Guidelines
  • Meeting rooms may be reserved for a given organization up to 6 times within 1 calendar year.

  • All users of any meeting room must comply with the library’s Code of Conduct, the Unattended Child Policy, and other applicable policies.

  • Unless otherwise approved, meetings must be held during regular library hours and must end when the library closes.

  • Meeting room reservations are non-transferrable.

  • Audiovisual equipment is available and varies by room and library location. 

  • Meeting room users will be held responsible for any damage to the library building, grounds, or equipment due to negligence or willful misconduct.

  • Organizations reserving a meeting room will be held responsible for any accidents occurring as a result of the group's activities. Aurora Public Library is not responsible for personal property left unattended in meeting rooms. The use or presence of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on any Aurora Public Library premises during regular library hours.The sale, advertising, solicitation or promotion of products or services is not allowed in Library meeting rooms without the prior, express permission of the Executive Director or designee.

  • Light snacks and covered beverages are permitted in meeting rooms and are not subject to the maintenance fee. Boxed lunches, prepared sandwiches, and other refreshments that do not require on-site preparation may be served subject to the maintenance fee.

  • Signage, decorations, and displays must remain inside the reserved room.

  • Signage, decorations, and displays may not be attached to walls, woodwork, ceiling, windows, or furniture using nails, tacks or staples. Tape or other adhesives must remove cleanly and not mar finishes.

  • Signage, decorations, and displays must be removed by the reserving organization at the end of the meeting.