Personal information provided to Way Public Library by users via e-mail or Web forms will only be used to respond to the user's question/registration.
In accordance with the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code), the Way Public Library’s policy is as follows:
As a service to our patrons, the meeting rooms of Way Public Library are open for use by the community if they are not needed for library programs. The primary function of the meeting rooms is to promote the library's mission.
Way Library has four meeting rooms on the lower level of the library, each of which can seat 25 or fewer people. Expandable partitions allow an individual room to open up into two rooms to accommodate 50 people, three rooms to seat 75 people, or all four rooms for 100.
Children are always welcome and encouraged to visit Way Public Library. While the library staff is concerned about children's safety and well being, they do not act in loco parents. Parents and caregivers are responsible for monitoring the activities and behavior of their children. Children under the age of 7 may not be left unattended in any part of the library. An exception to this would be children attending a library-sponsored program. A parent or caregiver must remain in the library and meet the child at the end of the program. Young children left on their own often become frightened or anxious. If a young child is found without an adult, a staff member will attempt to locate his/her parent or caregiver.
To maintain an atmosphere appropriate for work, study, and enjoyment for all library users and staff, the following policy on behavior in the library and on the library property has been established.
The Way Public Library in keeping with its mission provides public Internet access and access to the resources of the Ohio Public Library Information Network.This service may be used to access resources, engage in communication, or conduct activities available on the Internet or the Ohio Public Library Information Network.