About the Library - General Rules
Crandall Public Library Rules
The Following Activities are Prohibited:
Any behavior that interferes with the peaceful enjoyment of the Library, such as:
- Disruptive behavior—loud talking, running, horseplay, drunk or disorderly conduct, etc.
- Harassing of other patrons or of Library staff
- Loitering or soliciting
Behavior that creates health/environmental hazards, such as:
- Use of tobacco products in building, adjacent sidewalks and Crandall Trust property
- Pets in the library (except for service animals)
- Bare feet or no shirt
Computer use in violation of policy, such as:
- Display of sexually graphic images on any personal or Library owned electronic device in the library
- Food or drink at computer workstations or near Library-owned electronics
Defacing or abuse of Library property, such as:
- Clipping of books, newspapers or magazines
- Feet on furniture
- Sitting on shelves or playing with book carts
Cell Phone Use and Conversational Guidelines
- Please silence your cell phone ringer and other electronics’ sound effects upon entering the Library. This includes headphone and speaker capabilities.
- Please keep cell phone calls and interpersonal conversations quiet and short.
- Loud or extended cell phone exchanges or interpersonal conversations should be taken to the entry door areas or outside as these are considered disruptive.
- Quiet Reading Room and Adjacent Quiet Reading Porch: Please refrain from cell phone use and unnecessary or extended conversation in these areas. Use of other electronics must not interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the space.
Any unlawful behavior is prohibited in the Library.
Violation of library rules may result in loss of library privileges, including being banned from the premises.
Adopted by the Crandall Public Library Board of Trustees September 24, 2008 [Modified May 21, 2010 and May 1, 2013]