Meeting Rooms

Employee and community health/safety is our top priority to the Park City Library and Park City Government. To act cautiously in response to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we will be practicing social distancing and prevention.

As a precaution, the Park City Library is cancelling all rentals in March. All rentals in April are being considered tentative. The Park City Library is temporarily not taking any new reservations at this time. All reservations already paid for will be given a full refund in March. If you would like to cancel your reservation for April, full refunds will also be given. You may cancel online or by contacting Jodie Peatross directly.

If you have any questions about this update, please feel free to reach out to Jodie Peatross directly by email or phone 435-615-5611.

Whether you need a place to hold a meeting or host a party, the newly renovated Park City Library offers spaces available to meet your needs.

If you are looking for a private place to study or meet with a small group, study rooms are available during regular library hours on a first come first serve basis and are guaranteed for two hours once checked-in. Please inquire with library staff at the information desk to check out a study room.

For room rental availability or to request a room, please use our online software, Spaces. You can request a room between four days and six months from the current date.

The first time you use Spaces, you will need to create an account. Staff will contact you after you submit your on-line request.

Fees and more information: Room Use and Rental Policy

Contact: Jodie Peatross or 435-615-5607

Important Parking Information: The Library is located in a residential area and parking is extremely limited. The Library and Mawhinney parking lots are limited to three hours of free parking while the Library is open. (Mawhinney lot is located on the East side of Park Avenue, across the street from the Library.) The Library issues a limited number of parking passes for room rental events that are longer than  three hours. Please communicate to library staff prior to your event if you need parking permits for your event. It is the responsibility of the person who made the reservation to communicate that parking is limited and issue the number of permits provided to attendees. Note that parking permits do not guarantee that space is available.

Spaces for use and rental include:

Meeting Rooms

Meeting Rooms 101, 201 or 301

Conference Rooms

North or South Conference Rooms

Community Room

Community Room

Santy Auditorium

Santy Auditorium