Study Rooms

Starting July 6 2020, a select number of Oak Creek Public Library’s Study Rooms can be used with limited availability.

D!Bs is currently unavailable. To reserve a study room, please visit staff at the 2nd floor service desk. Study room usage is currently limited to 50-minute sessions per patron, per day to allow for adequate cleaning. Staff will disinfect tables, light switches, and door handles between sessions. All reservations must start at the top of the hour or half hour. The number of people in each study room is limited to the number of chairs in the room. The Yellow Tutor Room is unavailable for use at this time.

By reserving a study room, the user agrees to abide by the Study Room Rules and Expectations during COVID-19, as outlined below:

STUDY ROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

The purpose of study rooms and library spaces is for study, quiet conversation, and meetings. If conversations and activities become disruptive to other library patrons, you may be asked to leave the library for the remainder of the day.

STUDY ROOM TIME LIMITS:
Patrons may book a study room for a total of 50 minutes per day. For information about reserving a room, please see library staff at the 2nd floor service desk. Staff will disinfect tables, light switches, and door handles between sessions.

NUMBER OF PEOPLE: There may not be more people in a study room than the number of chairs in the room.

FOOD IS NOT ALLOWED: No food is allowed in the library. All drinks must have a cover or lid.

CLEAN UP: All trash must be deposited in a trash can.

LIGHTS ON: Lights in the study room must remain on at all times.

FURNITURE MUST STAY IN PLACE: The furniture that is found in the study rooms and in other spaces in the library may not be rearranged.

PERSONAL ITEMS: Study room reservations require continual occupancy. You may not leave your personal items unattended in a study room or other library space in excess of 10 minutes.

FIRST & LAST WARNING: If library staff has to address you for any of the items listed on this poster, you will be asked to leave the library immediately. Failure to do so may result in the Oak Creek Police Department being contacted. Recurring violations may result in further suspensions, up to and including permanent suspension.

Questions?

Please call 414-766-7900, email library@oakcreekwi.org, or stop in at the Library at the 2nd floor Service desk.

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