Does the library have Meeting Rooms and Study Rooms available for public use?

Due to COVID-19, all meeting rooms and study rooms are for staff use only.

The New Braunfels Public Library meeting room is available to non-profit groups for educational, cultural, governmental and informational community meetings and programs. No library space will be available for commercial purposes, fund raising, or sale of items. The library also offers two study rooms for individual and small group study. They may be reserved for up to two hours of use per day either by calling 221-4300 or in person. For more information, see the

Meeting & Study Rooms page.

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1. When is the library open?
2. Where is the library located?
3. How do I get a New Braunfels Public Library card?
4. How do I access my account online?
5. Does the library offer computers with Internet access and printing capability?
6. Does the library offer Wireless internet access? Is printing available?
7. Where can I find out what’s going on at the library?
8. What is the loan period for materials?
9. What are your policies on fees for lost or damaged items?
10. How do I renew an item I have checked out?
11. Are there restrictions on borrowing?
12. Is there a limit on materials that may be checked out?
13. Does the library charge fines for late materials?
14. Does the library offer free downloadable eBooks and audiobooks?
15. Does the library have electronic resources for learning and research?
16. Can I borrow items from other libraries?
17. Where is the Westside Community Center located? When is it open?
18. Does the library offer fax and scanning services?
19. Does the library have Meeting Rooms and Study Rooms available for public use?
20. Are the library’s policies available for review?
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