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Library buildings and grounds are limited public forums for free speech activities under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. These activities include, but are not limited to, petitioning, leafleting, and campaign activities.
Walkways and grounds around library buildings provide appropriate public spaces for free speech activities, provided the activity does not create a dangerous condition, interfere with access and use of the library for its intended purposes, or damage property. The Clearview Library District is authorized to make reasonable rules that are universally applicable and content-neutral concerning use of its property for these purposes.
“Free Speech Zones” appropriate for free speech activities are 35 feet from the midline of the front entrance and 35 feet to the east and west of the midline to the front entrance and do not include the library parking lot or the library patio. Please see the map for more detail.
The following activities are prohibited on Library District owned property:
Adopted August 30, 2018. Reaffirmed February 27, 2020.