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General Information
The meeting room facilities of the North Richland Hills Public Library are primarily for the use of the library for programs that promote library services, for City of North Richland Hills sponsored events or for official government elections.

When a meeting room is not in use by the Library, a City Department or another city, state or federal government agency, the meeting rooms are available on a first come, first served basis to non-profit educational or community organizations or groups for educational, cultural, intellectual, governmental or charitable meetings, forums, presentations, or similar activities as described in the Meeting Room Policies.

Prohibited Uses
Usage of the Library meeting rooms is prohibited for the following purposes:
  • Private social events such as, but not limited to, birthdays, anniversaries, wedding receptions, showers, and/or parties
  • Ongoing, regularly scheduled meetings, programs, or events; qualified applicants may use either of the Library's meeting rooms for a total of 4 uses per calendar year
  • Product deliveries or product usage instruction
  • Recruitment, hiring events or interviews
  • Meetings with potential or current customers
  • Any events where applicants plan to charge admission, accept donations, or take collections
  • Speaking engagements, classes or seminars intended to educate attendees about a paid product or service offered by a commercial business or other entity in order to encourage attendees to become customers
  • Any other type of event or meeting that is solely focused on profiting from or purchasing the products or services of a commercial business or other entity whether the reservation was made by the business or the potential/current customer
  • Any other event where Library staff, in their sole discretion, deem that a commercial business or other entity may be using the meeting rooms to make a profit, conduct business or solicit customers in any way
  • Distribution of materials that advertise a business, products and/or services or solicit donations in any way is prohibited in the entire Library facility.

Please read the Library's Meeting Room Policy for detailed information on allowed and prohibited uses of the meeting rooms.

The library has 6 study rooms that can hold up to 5 people each. The study rooms are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis. No reservations for study rooms are taken.

Room Features & Photos
Click on the room below to see specific features of the room as well as photos, capacities, dimensions and the A/V equipment available in the room.

Reservation Policies & Procedures
Please make sure to read our Meeting Room Policies to find out if you qualify to use the library's meeting rooms and to learn about the limitations of using the rooms.

To make a meeting room reservation please use the following procedure:

1. Read the Meeting Room Policies to make sure you qualify to use our rooms
2. Choose the room you would like to book based on your group's size and your needs
3. Determine at least two dates and times that you would like to book the room; rooms are not guaranteed to be available at all times.
4. Contact Cathyanne McNeely to check on availability of the rooms via email. Include the dates and times you are looking for, what your purpose of using the room is and which room you would prefer to use in the email. 
5. Ms. McNeely will reply to let you know if you qualify to use the rooms and/or if your chosen dates and times are available. If you qualify and your dates are available you will receive an application to complete.
6. You will receive a notification by email of your application's status within 3 business days
7. If your reservation is approved, you will receive further instructions
8. All approved reservations require a $100 deposit check unless otherwise notified. Cash or credit/debit card deposits are not accepted.

All reservations are tentative until a completed application and deposit have been received