FAQ

How can I get a library card?
You will need to present a valid Picture ID with your current mailing address, or a combination of Picture ID and some other proof of current address. Acceptable items are a driver's license, checkbook stub, bill, and current postmarked piece of mail or car registration. How much does a library card cost? Your first library card is free if you have never had one before. Replacement cards are $5.00.

At what age can children get a library card?
There is no age limit for children, but children under 18 must bring a parent or legal guardian to sign their registration card. Parents are responsible for all materials borrowed or used by their children.

Can I use my card in the other libraries?
Yes, cards are valid at all three libraries in our public library system.

How long can I borrow materials at the library?
Books, magazines & books on tape: 3 weeks Bestsellers: 2 weeks Video Cassettes: 1 week

Can I renew material?
Books and other materials can be brought into the library along with a library card or patrons can renew materials online. You may renew by phone once.

How do I use the online renewal?
You must have a valid library card and PIN number that you can be given to you at the library. Once you have your PIN, select the My Account button on the library home page and enter your information, this will give you a list of all materials checked out on your card. Select each item that you want to renew and click the renewal button. Refresh your list and the new due dates will show. You can only renew online if there are no overdue materials or fines owed.

Can I put materials on hold?
Holds can be placed inside the library with a valid library card. To place a hold you may visit the library or place holds online at the library website. Your library card and PIN number will be needed for all online transactions. Search the online catalog for the title, select it and click the hold request button.