502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100Fax: 973.989.7076


Meeting Rooms

Reserving the Meeting Room

Who can reserve the meeting room?

Randolph community groups can reserve the meeting room by submitting the application form to the library director or assistant director. All programs shall be open to the public, and no admission fees, dues, or donations may be charged.

For your convenience, we have made the Application for Use of Meeting Room  available online. This is a fillable form which means it can be filled out on your computer and saved to your hard drive and/or printed out. To view and complete it, you will need the freely available Adobe Reader software installed on your computer.

When can the room be reserved?

The meeting room can be booked up to two months in advance. It is available only during regular library hours, since there is no separate entrance to the room.


Maximum capacity is 150 individuals seated in chairs or 125 children seated on the floor. Children’s and youth groups (under age 14) may use the room provided there is one supervising adult for every 5 children.


Food and beverages are not permitted with the exception of water bottles. The meeting room does not have a kitchen, sink or lavatory. Smoking and alcoholic beverages are not permitted.


  • Non-profit organizations based in Randolph Township are not charged a fee.
  • Schools for adult education will pay a mutually agreed fee.

Reserving the Quiet Study/Literacy Tutoring Room

Randolph community groups and literacy tutors can reserve the quiet study room up to two months in advance by giving their requests to the director or assistant director. When the room is not reserved, individuals or small groups may use it for quiet study. A form should be submitted after each meeting so that the library can compile statistics of usage. (A supply of forms is kept in the room.) Maximum capacity is 16 persons seated at tables. No fee is charged for use of this room.

library gazebo
Gazebo and small park

Enjoying the Gazebo and Lawn

Between the library and the community center is a small park with a gazebo and lawn area used for our summer music concerts, storytimes and other programs. You may visit it to enjoy the gliders, small children’s playground, picnic tables, and charcoal grills.