In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we are not currently accepting new reservations in our meeting rooms. Individuals and small groups may continue to book our conference and study rooms.
Meeting rooms are available at most Anoka County libraries for groups to come together, learn, and exchange information and ideas. These rooms are used by the public and also for library programs. Capacities vary and are based on the use of one chair for each participant.
Click the library links below to view pictures of the meeting rooms and to reserve a space online.
Conference rooms are available at the Northtown, Rum River, and Centennial libraries for small groups, tutors, and other individuals looking for a private place to work. Some are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Use is limited to one hour at a time if others are waiting. The rooms are available during scheduled library hours following the same policies as the library meeting rooms.
A select number of study rooms can be booked online in advance at our Northtown and Centennial libraries. To reserve one of the other available rooms, please inquire at the service desks at the library.