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Meeting Rooms

Shasta Public Libraries offers a variety of meeting spaces to serve community needs, whether you need to host a large-scale event, schedule a meeting, or just need a quiet place to study.

Meeting Rooms

Each library is equipped with a large meeting space for events. The Redding Library also boasts a variety of meeting rooms of difference sizes and purposes.

Meeting Rooms
Anderson Library
  • Meeting Room, capacity 50 people
Burney Library
  • Community Room, capacity 10 people
    • After hours access will require a refundable $100.00 deposit.
Redding Library
  • Community Room, capacity 130 people
    • Available furniture: 12 Large Round Tables, 7 Rectangular Tables, 2 Large Rectangular Tables, 130 Chairs.
    • Room must be returned to normal set-up after use and within the reservation timeframe.
  • Foundation Room, capacity 20 people
  • Fireside Room, capacity 15 people
Reservation Information
  • Any nonprofit or government organization meeting in the Redding Library’s Community Room lasting longer than two hours will require a $50 flat-rate fee. Meetings up to two hours will continue to be free.
  • Non-commercial private parties will be charged $100 for up to two hours and $25 for each hour thereafter.
  • Commercial businesses will be charged $165 for up to two hours and $30 for each hour thereafter.

Refunds/Cancellations

  • Reservations cancelled more than 72 hours in advance of the event will receive a full refund.
  • Reservations cancelled within 72 hours or less of the event will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee.

See our Meeting Room Policy.

Technology Rooms

The Redding Library also includes two technology-oriented meeting rooms to facilitate learning and support small businesses.

Technology Rooms
Computer Center
  • Computer Center, 20 computers, capacity 25 people
Podcasting Studio
  • Studio C Podcasting Room, capacity 4 people

Study Rooms

Study rooms are available for anyone to use for up to 2 hours per day as a single reservation. Rooms can be reserved the day of via phone or in person.

Study Rooms

Study rooms are available for anyone to use for up to 2 hours per day as a single reservation. Rooms can be reserved the day of via phone or in person.

Burney Library
  • 2 study rooms available on first come, first served basis, capacity 8 people
Redding Library
  • 4 study rooms available on first come, first served basis, capacity 8 people

FAQ

FAQ
How can I reserve a meeting room?

Head over to our reservations page, choose your date and time, and then choose the appropriate room. Log in to your account, or create an account if you don’t have one, to finish reserving the room.

Does it cost anything to use a room?

Redding Library Community Room

  • For non-profit and government organizations: No charge for up to two hours; $50 flat rate fee for reservations two hours or more.
  • For private parties: $100 for up to two hours, and $25 for each hour thereafter.
  • For commercial businesses: $165 for up to two hours, and $30 for each hour thereafter.
  • Reservation fees are due at the time of reservation. A refundable check deposit may be required for use outside of regular hours with the approval of the supervising librarian and/or the Library Director.

Burney Library Community Room

  • After hours access will require a refundable $100.00 deposit.

Redding Library Meeting Rooms and Anderson Meeting Room

  • For non-profit and government organizations: No charge.
  • For all other entities: $25 for up to two hours, and $10 for each hour thereafter.

Redding Library Computer Center

  • For non-profit and government organizations: No charge.
  • For all other entities: $50 for up to two hours, and $25 for each hour thereafter.

Studio C and Study Rooms

  • No charge.
When can I reserve a room?

Meeting Rooms and Technology Rooms can be reserved online up to six months in advance and need to be made at least 72 hours in advance. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Study Rooms can be reserved in-person or over the phone the same day of the reservation time. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Are there any restrictions?

Library programs have priority in the reservation process. Reservations are limited to two times per month. See our Meeting Room Policy.

Community Rooms

The Redding Library Community Room and the Burney Community Room may be used during hours that the Library is open, and with prior approval, and additional conditions, the Community Rooms may be used outside of regular hours.

Redding Library Community Room

Users are responsible for set up, take down, and clean up. Users need to allow enough time within their reservation period to accomplish these tasks. Meeting rooms are to be returned to their original condition and configuration.

The Community Room is the only room where food and beverages are permitted. The serving of alcohol must be approved by the City of Redding and the Alcoholic Beverage Control Office at least thirty (30) days prior to the function date. Evidence of proper insurance is required prior to approval.

Redding Library Computer Center

Food or beverages other than bottled water or covered non-alcoholic beverages are not allowed.

Studio C

The Podcast Studio is open during regular Redding Library hours. First time users must reserve an orientation with library staff to review equipment and operational instructions. Production support and editing is not available. Food or beverages other than bottled water or covered non-alcoholic beverages are not allowed.

Study Rooms

Study Rooms are available during open hours. Users can make one reservation per day for up to two hours. Food or beverages other than bottled water or covered non-alcoholic beverages are not allowed.