During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pickaway County Library is open to the public for visits/meetings of 2 hours or less. Visitors must wear masks which cover the mouth and nose at all times while in the building. Individuals and groups using the Main Library meeting rooms must follow these guidelines and maintain social distance of 6 feet between people. Use of the meeting rooms is limited to the library's open hours.
Typical guidelines for the meeting rooms:
The library offers several types of meeting rooms to meet the needs of the community. Each meeting room has a projector, with VGA and Aux connections, and public WiFi. The library has podiums, whiteboards, a microphone system, and access to refrigerator space available upon request. Please see our online meeting room reservation system to request a room.
Main library - The Koch meeting room, can hold up to 50 people theatre style (without tables). The Crites-Hannan meeting room, located inside the second set of sliding doors to the left, can accommodate up to 75 people theater style (without tables). Tables are available in both rooms for a variety of arrangements.
Younkin Branch - The meeting room can accommodate up to 25 people. A limited number of tables are available.
Conditions of Meeting Room Use
Groups must meet the library’s meeting room use policy (see below) to reserve a room. For-profit groups may use the space for a fee as set by library policy.
The Main library also has conference rooms available for use. Rooms C & D are available for groups of 2 to 10 people on a first-come-first-serve basis.