Meeting Rooms

Douglas County Libraries offers meeting and study space, as well as a public bandstand for performances or demonstrations, at no charge for nonprofit, community and for-profit groups.

Meeting Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis for groups of eight or more. Nonprofit and community groups are given preference in reservations. For-profit groups may reserve rooms when space is available, and all meetings must be free of charge to the public.

Meeting room sizes and accommodations vary from library to library. For help requesting a meeting room, please call 303-791-7323 or visit your local library.

Study Rooms may be reserved for up to two hours per week with capacity for eight people or less, depending on the room size. Reserve a Study Room »

Castle Rock Community Bandstand is an open-sided performance area 18 feet in diameter that can be reserved for cultural performances and demonstrations. It is located in the west parking lot of Philip S. Miller. Reserve the Bandstand »

By reserving a room you agree to DCL’s terms and conditions.

Meeting Rooms

Castle Pines Community Meeting Rooms
Castle Rock – Philip S. Miller Community Meeting Rooms
Highlands Ranch – James H. LaRue Community Meeting Rooms
Lone Tree Community Meeting Rooms
Parker Community Meeting Rooms
Roxborough Community Meeting Room