WEST FARGO — The public can once again reserve a meeting room for a group event at the West Fargo Public Library.

The meeting rooms have been closed for reservations since last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But, the meeting rooms became available for reservations on Monday, June 21.

“Over the years, many local groups have used our meeting room spaces to hold meetings and events,” library director Carissa Hansen said in a news release. “This was a service we were sad to pause during the pandemic, but as we and many other organizations have returned to in-person events, we thought it was time to make our rooms available again.”

At this time, the library has two meeting rooms that the public can reserve. These rooms are intended for use by nonprofit groups and for city-sponsored events, however for-profit businesses may reserve a room for a fee. The rooms can be reserved in advance for any time during library business hours, unless the room is being used for a library event or is already reserved by another group.

A meeting room reservation form can be filled out at https://westfargolibrary.org/687/Meeting-Rooms. The library's meeting room policy can be found at https://www.westfargond.gov/DocumentCenter/View/1082/Meeting-Room-Policy-PDF.