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There are no residential requirements to get a library card.
Your library card allows you to check out materials, use the computers, access the internet, reserve a study room, reserve a meeting room, request & reserve Library materials, use the Bookmobile, and use our interlibrary loan service!
Items may be renewed by calling the Library or by renewing online or through our mobile device app, KPL to Go.
Fines must be under $5.00 to checkout materials or use the computers.
The Library does send overdue notices via standard mail and pre-overdue and overdue notices via e-mail to patrons. These are courtesy notices and patrons are responsible for knowing when their materials are due.
Patrons who have $25 or more in fees on their Library account may be turned over to a collection agency for further action.
We accept cash, check, credit or debit cards for payment.
Patrons age 16 and older must present their library card or a photo ID to check out materials or get their library card number to access the computers.
Borrowers are also responsible for keeping their contact information with the Library current. If a patron loses or misplaces their library card, the Library should be notified as soon as possible.
Borrowers should respect the rights of other borrowers to use and enjoy the Library.