Conference Rooms

Naperville Public Library has conference rooms available for public use. The Library’s conference rooms are designed to meet the needs of small groups or individuals for limited periods of time. 

  •   Advance reservation required
  •   $10 per hour fee
  •   4-hour per-day time limit
  •   Maximum of two reservations per week

Please familiarize yourself with the Public Use of Study and Conference Room Policy (PDF) before making a reservation. As the person making the reservation, you are responsible for following the policy statements.

Conference Rooms Available for Reservation

Staff cannot assist in setting up personal laptops or devices to work with Wi-Fi or Library equipment.

A conference room with an oval table with 9 chairs and a projector with a pull down screen.Naper Blvd. Library – Conference Room

Maximum Capacity: 15

A conference room set up with tables and chairs with a tv screen and dry erase board on the walls.95th Street Library – Conference Room

Maximum Capacity: 8

  1. How to Reserve a Conference Room Online

Reserving a Conference Room

Step 1: Select a Room.

Step 2: Select a Day and Time. There is a four-hour per-day time limit.

Step 3: Fill out the conference room reservation form.

When the request has been verified, the Library will send an email with an online payment link where you can pay with a credit card. The Library does accept cash or check payment (both in-person and via mail). Checks must be submitted to the Finance Department at the Naper Blvd. Library, 2035 S. Naper Blvd.

Reservations are considered tentative until the application and payment are received and the reservation is confirmed by email. Reservations that are not paid for within a week of confirmation will be cancelled.

Make an Online Room Reservation

Note: Users who need projection will be required to use a computer supplied by Naperville Public Library. Due to limited technical support, it is not possible to utilize your own devices, including laptops, to connect to the projector. Please use a flash drive or cloud based storage. DVDs can also be projected through the meeting room computer.