Right to Assemble

Rangeview Library District

Policy April 12, 2010

Right to Assemble and Petition

Under the United States and Colorado Constitutions, people have the right to assemble and petition for the common good on public property.  The Rangeview Library District has the right to control the Time, Place and Manner. 

People may gather in groups on any Rangeview Library District property for the purposes of public discourse, no closer than thirty-five feet of the main entrance, during the hours of operation. 

All behavior policies of the Rangeview Library District must be upheld. 

Gatherings shall not impede motor vehicle or pedestrian traffic or disrupt any regularly conducted library activities or programs. 

Any abuse of this privilege may result in official action or removal from the Rangeview Library District property.