When not in use by the Library, Library meeting rooms are available for use by groups and organizations serving the residents of the Batavia Public Library District.
The Library’s Meeting Room Policy describes the guidelines for the use of the meeting rooms.
Policy on Meeting Rooms–Statement of Purpose and Scope
Policy on Meeting Rooms
To request the use of a meeting room, please complete the Library’s Meeting Room Application and return the completed form to the Library in person, by fax to (630) 879-9118, or by mail to:
Batavia Public Library
Attn: Meeting Room Coordinator
10 S. Batavia Ave.
Batavia, IL 60510
Please note that requesting a meeting room by submitting a Meeting Room Application does not automatically mean that the room has been reserved for your use. Once your Meeting Room Application has been received, the Meeting Room Coordinator will contact you to let you know whether your reservation will be confirmed.
Maximum capacity: Depends upon the room configuration
Elizabeth C. Hall Conference Room
Maximum capacity: 30
If you have questions about Library meeting rooms, please call the Meeting Room Coordinator at (630) 879-1393, ext. 310, or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library also has four small study rooms (for 1-2 people) and one group study room (for 3-8 people) in the Adult Services area, and one group study room (for 3-8 people) in Youth Services. These rooms can be reserved one day in advance at the Reference Desk, (630) 879-4777, and the Youth Services Desk, (630) 879-4775. Study room use is limited to a 2-hour time period. If there are no existing reservations, study rooms are also available on a walk-in basis. Groups of three or more people are given priority in using the group study rooms over use by one or two people.