Meeting Rooms & Policies
Two meeting rooms are available for public use. All meeting room visitors are expected to adhere to the Washington-Centerville Public Library's Rules of Conduct and Meeting Room Policies.
- Cynthia Klinck Community Room
- Centerville Library
- Available for use during normal library business hours.
- 7 tables and approximately 90 chairs are available.
- Capacity: 72 with tables & chairs | 156 with chairs only. Divided room capacity is 36|78.
- Food and beverages are permitted. The visiting organization is responsible for room cleanup.
- Dorothy R. Yeck Conference Room
- Woodbourne Library
- Available for use M-F 5-9 PM,
Sat 10 AM - 5 PM,
Sun (1-5 PM Sept-May)
- 2 tables and 16 chairs (must remain set up in the room)
- Capacity: 16 in undivided room | 10 in divided room
- Food and beverages are NOT permitted.
Meeting Room Policies:
- Advanced reservation is required and may be made up to three months prior by:
- Completing the Meeting Room Reservation Request Form.
- Calling (937)610-4456 to request a room.
- Non-profit, civic and community-based organizations located in Centerville or Washington Township may reserve either room once per calendar year per organization.
- Students, tutors, study groups, and/or other library patrons may use the room for quiet study if it is not otherwise in use. Presentation of a valid Washington-Centerville Public Library card or picture ID is required.
- Rooms are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Library events are given priority when scheduling the room. Certain black out dates/times may apply to ensure that Library needs are accommodated.
- Programs are available through the Speakers Bureau on many Library subjects and are available upon request.
- There is no fee to use a meeting room, however, donations to the Washington-Centerville Library Foundation Fund are welcomed.
- Organizations charging a fee to attend may do so only when fee is intended to cover meeting costs (hand-outs, food, etc.). Payment of fees shall be handled by the visiting organization.
- Meeting rooms may not be used for social activities, private parties, commercial purposes/endeavors, gatherings that advertise a product/service or political campaign meetings.
- Set-up and clean-up are the responsibility of the visiting organization and the person making the reservation.
- Activities held in the meeting rooms must not disrupt other library business.
- Audiovisual equipment is NOT provided. Visiting organization is responsible for bringing and securing any needed equipment.