Library Meeting Rooms
Meeting at the Humboldt County Library
There are meeting rooms in Arcata Library, Eureka Main Library, Garberville Library, McKinleyville Library, and Trinidad Library.
Programs and meetings sponsored by the Library or the County take priority in library meeting rooms. At other times, library meeting space may be available to non-profit civic, educational and cultural groups or organizations. Fees and insurance are required in some cases.
All meetings must be free and open to the public, and must not disrupt normal library business.
Eureka Library Large Meeting Room
This is the largest room and can hold up to 150 people standing, or 80 seated. The room has a screen, projector, and sound system, tables (if wanted) and chairs. Light snacks may be served. The Eureka Library Meeting Room is a Library facility and library rules apply. More about Eureka Library Meeting Room.
Arcata Library Conference Room
This room can hold up to 55 people standing, or 33 seated. Use of the room can include a projector, a whiteboard, tables (if wanted) and chairs. Light snacks may be served. The Arcata Library Conference Room is a City of Arcata facility and the City’s rules apply. More about the Arcata Library Conference Room.
McKinleyville Library Conference Room
This room has 10 seats around a large table that can't be moved. There are also counter space and study carrels capable of seating about 10 more people. The space includes a screen and projector. During library hours this room is in use as the main study and wi-fi area for the library. Outside of library hours, this room may be reserved via the McKinleyville Community Services District and operates by their rules.
Trinidad Library Meeting Room
This small room can hold about 8 people seated. It is in use as a library area during open hours, as people go in and out to use books shelved there. When not in use for a library program, small group meetings and study sessions may be held in this room on a casual, first come, first served basis. Please be aware that the room continues to be open to all during such use. There is no fee. This room is part of the library and library rules apply. It is not available outside of library hours.