FAQ

    1.  How do I get a library card?
    2.  How many items may I check out?
    3.  What are the fines for late books?
    4.  Where may I return books when the library is closed?
 
    Q.  How do I get a library card?
    A. 

There is no charge for a library card. You must bring in a valid driverís license and a proof of residence (a current utility bill, a recently postmarked piece of mail-no junk mail- or your tag receipt from your personal vehicle).  You should provide the name and telephone number of a reference (someone who we could leave a message for you with in case we could not contact you), your telephone number, and your birth date.



    Q.  How many items may I check out?
    A. 

Patrons are allowed to only check out two books on the first time checking out.   After that, you have the option to check out the following items:

2 DVD's
5 Cd's
5 Audio Books
5 Magazines
20 books of your choosing
 
*The library recommends checking out five fiction and five nonfiction books; you may check out as many as twenty if needed.



    Q.  What are the fines for late books?
    A. 

Books, Magazines - $.10 per day
DVD's, Audiobooks, CDís - $.50 per day



    Q.  Where may I return books when the library is closed?
    A. 

The library has a drive thru book drop located on the outside of the building past the front entrance on the right side of  the building.  Please note that the books drops are designated for books and audio/video. Audio/video includes any DVD's, Audio Books or CD's.  Please use the correct book drop when returning your items.   Any late fees that may be owed on an item will be assessed by the computer the day the book is checked in (if returned after hours, items will be checked in the next business day).  Any fines accrued may be paid on the next visit.