Rules of Conduct
Customer Behavior Rules of Conduct
The Mauney Memorial Library’s Customer Behavior Rules have a threefold purpose: to protect the rights and safety of library customers, to protect the rights and safety of library staff members, and to protect library materials, facility and property.
- Committing or attempting to commit any activity that would constitute a violation of any federal, state or local statute or ordinance.
- Being under the influence of any controlled substance or intoxicating liquor.
- Weapons of any type are excluded from library building and property.
- Engaging in conduct that disrupts or interferes with the normal operation of the library.
- Disobeying the reasonable direction of a library staff member.
- Failure to comply with the Children’s Internet Protection Act or Internet and Computer Use policy.
- Soliciting, petitioning, distributing written materials or canvassing for political, charitable or religious purposes in the library building.
- Smoking, sleeping, loitering, soliciting are not allowed.
- Operating skateboards, roller skates or other similar devices on library property.
- Using library restrooms inappropriately.
- Using personal electronic equipment, example cell phones at a volume that disturbs others.
Any person that violates Rules 1 to 3 while in or on library property will be excluded from library property without warning and will lose library privileges for up to three years. The incident will be reported to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
Any person that violates Rules 4 through 11 while in or on library property will be given one warning at the discretion of library staff, then the person will be asked to leave the premises for that day.