The Pasadena Public Library welcomes you.
The Library has adopted this policy to ensure a positive library experience for everyone who visits any Pasadena Public Library location.
Everyone has a right to quality library services in an atmosphere that is safe and free of disturbances from others. While you are here, please be considerate of others.
Failure to comply with these standards may result in loss of library privileges.
Please report inappropriate or questionable behavior to library staff or a library security officer immediately.
These Standards of Behavior are also available as a brochure. The Library Director and his/her designated staff are responsible for interpreting these rules in accordance with applicable law and for ensuring appropriate behavior in all library facilities.
Violation of the foregoing may result in the patron's library privileges being limited or revoked, removal of the patron from the building, or criminal prosecution if the conduct constitutes a violation of Federal law, State law or the Pasadena Municipal Code. Library privileges may be revoked for a period of up to one year. This action may be taken by the Director of Libraries & Information Services or designee.
A library patron whose library privilege has been revoked may appeal this action by submitting a completed Library Revocation Appeal form to the Library Director or designee within ten (10) days from the date of the determination letter. This form is available through the Library’s Administrative Office.
A patron whose library privilege has been revoked must schedule a meeting with the Library Director or designee prior to resumption of any library privilege. The purpose of the meeting will be to review the Standards of Behavior policy.