The library is currently in LPL Phase 3 Limited Reopening: Browse and Borrow.Study and meeting rooms are not available at this time. For the safety of our patrons and staff, library use is limited to quick visits. Seating areas are not available throughout the library. Please see our LPL Phase 3 Limited Reopening for more information about available services.
The library has four study rooms which are available on a walk-in, first-come-first-served basis, for a maximum of two hours per day. Individuals asking to use a study room must present a library card or other form of valid ID at the Adult Reference Desk.
Not-for-profit organizations based in the Longwood community may apply to use a library meeting room for educational, cultural, or community-related purposes. No admission fees may be charged and the program must be open to the general public. The person applying for use of the room must be a registered patron of the library in good standing and a majority of the members of the organization using the room must be library patrons. To inquire about meeting room use, please contact Mara in the Administration Office at (631) 924-6400 x271.