Rules and Regulations for Conduct in the Ingleside Public Library
The mission of the Ingleside Public Library is to assembly, preserve, administer and promote the use of library materials and services designed to meet the cultural education, informational and recreational needs and interest of its community.
The Board of Trustees of the Ingleside Public Library has adopted the following policy on May 28, 1996 so that the Library may provide an atmosphere conducive to appropriate use of their services and facility. Use of the library is intended to be a reading, studying, writing and listening to written or electronically transmitted materials. Other use is not permitted. The public is required to comply with these Rules and Regulations.
The following actions are prohibited on Library property:
Selling and/or soliciting
Distributing or posting printed materials/literature that have not been approved the the Library
Soliciting for money or items or services
Soliciting for pruposes of prostitution
Possessing or consuming alcohol or illegal durgs or being under the influnences of alcohol or durgs
Smoking or other uses of tobacco
Consuming food or beverages in any type container or bringing in packaged or unpackaged food or beverages
Sleeping or putting your head on the table
Not wearing shoes or shirts, or wearing clothes unbuttoned or unzipped
Putting feel or legs on the furniture -Bringing animals or pets into the library (except guide dogs for the blind or hearing-impaired)
Any loud, unreasonable, and or disturbing noises created by perons, radios, tape players or TVs
Intentionally damaging, destroying, or stealing any Library property or a patron’s or employee’s property
Taking Library materials into rest rooms
Removing library materials from the premises without authorization through established lending procedures
Playing cards or games of any kind
Adults using Children’s area. This area is for children and their parents or care providers only.
Leaving a child under eight years of age unattended by a responsible person
Leaving any child or you adult (up to age 17) in the Library after closing time