Due to coronavirus concerns, the Meeting Room is not available for community use at this time.
Using the Meeting Room at 700 Lincoln Avenue
The Louisville Public Library has a meeting room for anyone in the community to use.
There is no fee for non-profit groups, community groups, or private citizens to use the room during normal library hours. Business users will be charged a fee.
Requests will be approved no sooner than one month before the requested date.
Library activities will be scheduled ahead of community requests.
Please click below for more information on fees, charges and rules of use. Call 330-875-1696 or click the link below to reserve the meeting room.
Private room located off the main floor of the library (handicapped access)
400 sq. ft.
Maximum occupancy: 28
Includes 4 six-foot table and chairs.
A/V equipment available on request. Please call 330-875-1696 for more information.
Free Wi-Fi for your devices
Drop-ins may use the room for group study, tutoring or unscheduled meetings pending availability.
- To Book the Meeting Room
- Meeting Room Use Policy
Using the Green Space on East Main Street
The Green Space is open land between the Discovery Center and Mill Street. To use the Green Space, please see the policies and forms below.
- REQUIRED: Please choose
- Real Property License Agreement for Political Subdivision (school, city, township use)
- Real Property License Agreement for Nonpolitical Subdivision (all other organizations)
- REQUIRED: COVID Addendum