Mon. - Wed. 11:00 - 8:00
Thu. & Fri. 10:00 - 6:00
Sat. & Sun. 12:00 - 5:00
Any person, while on the West Linn Library premises, must respect the Library's property and the rights and safety of others.
The rules of behavior have a threefold purpose:
1. To protect the rights and safety of library patrons
2. To protect the rights and safety of staff members
3. To preserve and protect our community Library's materials, facilities, and property.
These rules of behavior apply to all library buildings, interior and exterior, to all grounds of the West Linn Library, and to all persons entering in or on the premises. Persons who violate these rules of behavior may be excluded from the library premises, have library privileges suspended, and/or be reported and held for the appropriate authorities.
When action has been taken because of violation of our rules of behavior, the person violating the rules may appeal to the West Linn Library Board in writing. Any violation of a Federal/State statute or local ordinance is regarded as a violation of the Library's rules of behavior.
Persons conducting themselves in ways disruptive to library operations will be asked to cease the said behavior. If the behavior persists the participants will be asked to leave and, if necessary, escorted from the premises by the appropriate authorities.
SPECIFIC RULES GOVERNING THE USE OF THE WEST LINN PUBLIC LIBRARY
To insure that everyone may have a safe and enjoyable experience in our community library, patrons should observe the following guidelines:
The following behaviors are inappropriate and are not acceptable in the Library: