Masks are required for all patrons in the library. Curbside service is still available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

When will you allow in-person browsing and computer use again?


The library is open now! Restrictions on patron capacity and visit time have been lifted. Masks are required in the library. Curbside service is still available.

 

How do I use curbside service?
 

Visit our curbside service page for all the details on how this service works. If you have any trouble using curbside, let us know!

What if I don't know what to request?

We can help! Just let us know your interests and we'll put together recommendations. We can gather children's books for you, too! We also use our blog and social media to share recommendations - be sure to check them out for ideas!

 

Can I return materials to the library?

Yes, the book drop is open and you are welcome to return items there, or you can bring them in the library and return them at the front desk. We are no longer quarantining returned items.


Can I drop off donations? 


Yes, but please check with a staff member first before bringing donations to the library. Space is limited for donations.

 

Can I use a computer or print/copy something?

Yes! You can come into the library to use a computer. We also have free WiFi available 24/7 in our parking lot and laptops that you can check out to use onsite. We can also help you print materials by emailing the library, and we are happy to copy materials for you.

How can I access the library's WiFi?
 

If you need internet access, WiFi is available in the library parking lot 24/7.

How do I use Cloud Library to borrow e-books and audiobooks?

The downloadable library is available HERE  for anyone with an active library card. If your card has expired, give us a call and we will get it sorted out for you. Be sure to visit our COVID-19 resources page for a Cloud Library tutorial and a list of other digital collections that are available.