Does the Library have public access computers?
Yes. Computers are available for patrons, with a time limit of one hour each day. Additional time may be allowed for patrons searching for jobs, filling out applications, or completing course work.
Is there a cost for using the library's public computers?
There is no charge to use the public computers.
Are patrons able to print from the library's public computers?
Yes. Printing is 20-cents a page for black and white and 50-cents for color.
How do I obtain a library card? Is there a cost?
To obtain a library card a new patron must bring in a photo ID and recent utility bill, or fill out a postcard to verify address. The postcard will be mailed to the patron, who has up to 30 days to return it with a photo ID to receive a library card. The first library card is free. A replacement card is $3.
Does the library send faxes for the public?
Yes, the library offers faxing services for the public. The price is 10-cents a page for local 254 numbers, 15-cents a page for 254 or 800 numbers that must be preceded by a 1, and 20-cents a page for long distance numbers.
Does the library have Children's Storytime?
Yes. The library holds Preschool Storytime at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We also offer a six-week Summer Reading Program for preschool children, school-age children and teens. Call the library for details.
Is the library a Wireless Hot-Spot?
Yes. Just come to the library with a laptop or mobile device, and enjoy free internet services.