Danbury Library policies are official statements adopted by the library Board of Directors.
To offer the best possible service to our library patrons, the Danbury Library has established standards of behavior while patrons are on library property.
In keeping with our library’s mission statement, the Danbury Public Library is committed to providing its customers with the latest advances in information technology.
Rules regarding service animals and other kinds of animals in the library building.
The Danbury Public Library recognizes the right of all individuals to use its facilities and grounds. It also recognizes that at times decisions must be made in order to secure the protection, health and comfort of the general library population.
Your privacy is important to the library.
The display area located in the lower level of the library is available for non-profit, non-commercial exhibits and notices when not in use by the library.
Materials selected for the collection are intended to meet the informational, educational and recreational needs of the citizens of the Danbury community.
The Danbury Library acts as a distribution point for handout materials for public awareness.
Policies regarding various kinds of gifts and donations to the library.
The Danbury Public Library provides meeting rooms as one of the library’s basic services and makes these spaces available to community organizations and groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, or civic activities.
Danbury Library supports its vision to foster creativity, discovery, and personal growth and to promote lifelong learning in our city’s diverse community.
The Danbury Public Library may sponsor blogs, photo sharing, video sharing, tagged websites, and other social networking
sites or applications to further its mission to connect library users and community residents to the world of ideas.
The Danbury Library MakerLab is a free experiential learning space for patrons to explore the creation and fabrication process.
The Danbury Library’s Sensory Space is equipped with a range of furniture and items that provide visual, tactile, auditory, and vestibular stimuli.