CONDUCT IN THE LIBRARY POLICY
The policy of the Wyoming Public Library is to provide a safe, comfortable environment conductive to the use of Library materials and facilities. The Library is intended for the
use of all members of the public. Patrons are expected to observe the rights of other patrons and staff members and to use the Library for its intended purposes. Prohibited
conduct will not be allowed in the Library.
Prohibited conduct is that which:
Interferes with the rights of individuals to use Library materials and services
interferes with the ability of Library staff to conduct Library business, or
Threatens the safe and comfortable environment of the Library or those using the Library.
GUIDELINES OF UNATTENDED CHILDREN
Children under 3 years of age should be accompanied by a parent at all times while in the library.
A child 3 years or older may attend a library sponsored program without a parent present.
A child should be at least 9 years old before being allowed to come to the library without a parent.
The Library staff will try to provide assistance to patrons by pointing out or finding sources of relevant information. For students especially, the staff will
try not to short circuit the educational experience by finding the information for them, but suggest methods to find the information. Patrons requesting information by telephone
may be asked to wait for a call back if staff is busy with patrons in the building. Resources outside the Library will be used as needed.