- Running or using sporting equipment inside the library premises and on outside areas where said use may endanger the safety of other patrons is prohibited
- Physically / verbally harassing or assaulting patrons and staff is prohibited
- Carrying on sustained conversations above acceptable noise levels is prohibited
- Using profane or obscene language and gestures on library premises is prohibited
- Carrying, possessing or displaying weapons is prohibited
- Stealing, abusing, defacing or destroying any library property is prohibited
- Eating, drinking and using tobacco (cigarette, cigar and pipe smoking) inside the library is prohibited
- Using, selling or trading alcohol and illegal substances or possessing the same for purposes of using, selling or trading on library premises is prohibited
- Being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs on library premises is prohibited
- Engaging in sexual acts on library premises is prohibited
- Entering into non-public areas of the library and/or using non-public library facilities or equipment without authorization is prohibited
- Soliciting patrons and library personnel is prohibited
- Animals are not permitted inside the library, except service animals assisting patrons
- Use of personal electronic equipment (cellular phones, laptop computers, tape recorders, camera’s and the like) may be limited to certain areas of the library and must not interfere with other library users or staff.
- Proper dress is required (shoes and shirts are required)
- Parents are responsible for the behavior of their children in the library
Library Policy on Unattended Children:
The library staff, recognizing that parents/guardians are the primary caregivers, cannot take responsibility for the supervision of children left unattended in the library. For their protection and well being, children, nine to twelve years, may not be left unattended for more than two hours unless attending a scheduled library program. It is the responsibility of the parent to know the library's closing time. Children who are seven or eight years of age may spend time on their own in the children's area of the library. However, a parent or caregiver (over the age of 14) should be in the building. Children who are six years of age or younger must be attended by a parent or a responsible childcare provider (over the age of 14) while in the library. Parents of preschoolers who attend Storyhour must be with the child until the program begins and present when the program is over.
Parents are responsible for their child's behavior while in the library.