Orrville Public Library Board Policy
Adopted September 19, 1994
Revised September 27, 2007
Revised March 23, 2017
Exhibits and Displays
Library displays are generated by library staff and have first priority. Suggestions and/or displays from the community are welcome. All displays shall be of an educational, cultural, civic, or recreational nature, and appropriate for all ages. Advertisements for goods and services offered by for-profit companies or individuals are not acceptable. Exhibits from for-profit companies or individuals may be accepted if they are of general educational, cultural, civic, or recreational nature.
The library’s lower level gallery is for artwork displays. The library also has three locked display cabinets.
The library has a small bulletin board available for public notices. The library will post notices from non-profit organizations and notices for community, educational, cultural, and recreational events. This is not a place for personal, political, or for-profit advertisements.
No material concerning political candidates, election issues, or levies may be displayed inside the library or on library grounds without the express permission of the Board of Trustees.
The library Director has the final determination of compliance with this policy.
The Orrville Public Library reserves the right to determine location, length of posting time, and other details of posted notices.