How do I get a library card? What does it get me access to?

There is no cost to apply for a library card. Bring a valid form of photo identification (i.e. driver’s license or passport), as well as proof of current address (i.e. bank statement, lease, checkbook, etc.) to the main desk of the library. Youth age 17 & younger need a parent or guardian to sign them up for a card. 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, access our online resources, reserve a study room, reserve a meeting room, request & reserve library materials, use the bookmobile, and use our interlibrary loan service!

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1. How do I get a library card? What does it get me access to?
2. How many items am I allowed to check out?
3. How long are loan periods?
4. How do I renew my items?
5. How much are late fines?
6. What if I lose or damage a book?
7. Can I access the internet at the Library?
8. What are my responsibilities as a borrower?
9. How do I update my address and contact information?
10. What COVID-19 related safety measures are in place?