Rampart Library District Meeting Rooms

In accordance with its mission statement, Rampart Library District provides open access to information including ideas and the free expression of different points of view. In keeping with these principles, the Rampart Library District provides meeting room space for meetings at which members of the local community may present and exchange information on a wide variety of subjects. The meeting room space includes all designated rooms within the library buildings as well as the Rotary Terrace at Woodland Park Public Library.

Although the meeting rooms are intended primarily for use in support of library programs and services, they are also available to individuals, non-profit organizations, community groups, and for-profit/business organizations for the presentation and exchange of information, regardless of their affiliations or beliefs.

The meeting rooms may not be used in violation of local, county, state, or federal law. The Library reserves the right to cancel or refuse use of the meeting rooms at any time. Rampart Library District recognizes the Library Bill of Rights, Article 6, which states:
“Libraries which make exhibit spaces and meeting rooms available to the public they serve should make such facilities available on an equitable basis, regardless of the beliefs or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use.”

By allowing use of the meeting rooms, the Library District does not sponsor or endorse the views, purposes, programs or activities of any group or individual. Any publicity for a scheduled event must include this disclaimer.

For our complete Meeting Room Policy, including room sizes and fees, click here.