Your library currently offers printing, copying, faxing, scanning, free Wifi, Public Access Computers, a wide variety of programs.
Printing and Copying costs $0.10 per page for black and white and $0.50 per page for color. Scanning is free. Faxing costs $1.00 per page.
To get a library card, you must bring a photo ID with your current address to the desk. If your ID does not have your current address on it, you must also have proof (utility bill, rent receipt, etc) of your current address. Children over the age of 5 must come in with a parent or legal guardian, who will fill out a paper application with child’s information. Photo ID requirements are the same for parents/guardians signing up minors under the age of 18.
When you first get a card, you are able to check out two items. After those have been returned, you are able to check out 5 items for the first 6 months. After that, the only limit is 4 movies per household and 3 books by the same author or on the same subject.
All items check out for two weeks at a time. You can renew all items except for DVDs and items that are on hold for other patrons.
You have two options. You may either call us during regular library hours. Please make sure you have your library card number so we can pull up your account. You may also log in online using your library card number and password (set by our system as your last name unless you have changed your password).
Your library is currently not charging fines for overdue items. However, if you lose or damage an item, fees are charged for the cost of each item that is lost or damaged.
Yes, we have public computers. You do have to have a library card to use them, but you can use the computers for up to 3 hours per day. There is also free WiFi throughout the building and you are welcome to connect your own devices.
No, your library does not offer notary services.
Yes, each year your library receives paper tax forms and instructions. There is often a delay in receiving the forms, so you can always access forms and instructions at irs.gov/forms-instructions.
Yes! Your library is a testing location for the TWRA boating exam. Once you have purchased the license, you may come to the library to take the exam. We recommend you make an appointment, but it is not required.
We are not currently accepting donations at this time.