Reserve a Room
Qualifications for Reserving Rooms
You may reserve a room if you fit the following criteria:
- Civic or community organization
- Need a meeting space for a presentation or gathering of people
- Programs can NOT be promotional in nature or held with the intention of generating revenue
- Presentation will be open to the public
- Interested in presenting a program to the community
- Have a valid library card from any of the public libraries in Allegheny County
Reserving a Meeting Room
To secure a meeting room for your program or event you must:
- Read the Meeting Room Policy. Make sure you meet the acceptable criteria.
- Fill out and submit an online Meeting Room Form.
- Someone will contact you within 72 hours of receipt of documentation
How to Present a Program to the Community
Mt. Lebanon Public Library is always interested in hosting educational, informative and/or entertaining programs for our community.
To be considered as a program presenter at the library, you must:
- Read the Library Program Policy and make sure your program meets the criteria.
- Fill out and submit an online Program Information Form.
- If mailing a printed form, please allow appropriate time for delivery and follow-up. All requests to present programs to the community are subject to approval by the Library Director and require sufficient lead time to publicize and promote to the community.
- Someone will contact you within 72 hours of receipt of documentation.
Our meeting rooms are intended to house programs and events. You will be assigned one of these three spaces.
|Meeting Room A||31 feet by 22 feet
Stage: 8 feet by 16 feet
|Meeting Room B||24 feet by 19 feet||35|
|Children's Story Room||50|
The children's programming receives priority in the Children's Storyroom. In the event that Room A or Room B is unavailable, you may receive the Children's Storyroom as an alternative room assignment. If you need to get together with a small group, in a less formal setting, please call 412-531-1912 and ask to schedule a study room with a reference librarian.
If what you really need is just a quiet space to gather and study or discuss an issue then what you probably want is a quiet study room. Quiet study rooms have a maximum capacity of eight people and are ideal for small groups to get together less formally than a program hosted in one of the larger meeting spaces. They can be reserved for a maximum of two hours. There are four to choose from, three with equal size and one slightly smaller.
- There are also conditions that apply to these rooms.
- No documentation is required, just an agreement to follow the rules and the Meeting Room Policy.