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All room bookings are unavailable until further notice.


In keeping with our mission to be an open forum promoting knowledge, ideas, and cultural enrichment, Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD) makes Community Rooms (Large Meeting Rooms) available to external organizations engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, civic, or charitable activities. All programs and meetings must be free and open to the public. In addition to Community Rooms, Small and Medium Meeting Rooms are available for purposes of group study, discussion, or projects.

Before You Book*

To reserve a room, you must have a valid SCCLD library card as well as read and agree to adhere to the usage requirements for the room you are booking. Each Library provides room use policies specific to individual rooms. Please also review the Library's Behavior Standards.

In addition, to reserve a Community Room you must also:

  1. Read and agree to adhere to SCCLD's Community Room Policy.
  2. Receive approval for the booking from library staff.
  3. Pay a non-refundable fee (per booking) of $25 for up to four (4) hours or $50 for over four (4) hours up to eight (8) hours. Payment must be made in-person within seven (7) days of receiving approval of the reservation.

*All room bookings are unavailable until further notice.

Large Rooms | Medium Rooms | Small Rooms

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Community Rooms / Large Meeting Rooms

Campbell Library: Community Room

Book the Campbell Library Community Room for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-98 people.

Gilroy Library: Community Room

Reserve the Gilroy Library Community Room for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-100 people.

Los Altos Library: Orchard Room

Book the Los Altos Library Orchard Room for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-100 people.

Milpitas Library: Auditorium

Reserve the Milpitas Library Auditorium for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-120 people.

Morgan Hill Library: Community Room

Book the Morgan Hill Library Community Room for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-92 people.

Saratoga Library: Community Room

Book the Saratoga Library Community Room for community events and activities. Programs must be free and open to the public. 10-135 people.

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Medium Meeting Rooms

Cupertino Library: ThinkTank

Small groups are invited to book Cupertino Library's meeting room, the ThinkTank, for group study, discussions, or projects. 4-15 people.

Gilroy Library: Meeting Room

Groups are invited to book Gilroy Library's Meeting Room, located downstairs, for group study, discussions, or projects. 4-31 people.

Milpitas Library: Group Study A and Group Study B

Small groups are invited to book either of Milpitas Library's two Group Study Rooms for group study, discussions, or projects. 4-12 people.

Morgan Hill Library: Small Side of the Community Room

Groups may book the Morgan Hill Community Room's Small Side for group study, discussions, or projects. Staff approval required. 4-34 people.

Saratoga Library: Oak Room

Groups are invited to reserve Saratoga Library's Oak Room for group study, discussions, or projects. 4-12 people.

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Small Meeting Rooms

Cupertino Library: Children's Small Study Room

Small groups can book Cupertino Library's Children's Small Study Room for study, discussions, or projects. Age limits apply. 2-4 people.

Milpitas Library: Reading Room A and Reading Room B

Individuals and small groups can book either of Milpitas Library's two small Reading Rooms for study, discussions, or projects. 1-4 people.

Saratoga Library: Redwood Room

Individuals and small groups may reserve Saratoga Library's small Redwood Room for study, discussions, or projects. 1-6 people.

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