Borrower's Privileges & Responsibilities

A guide to library borrowing privileges and responsibilities.

Borrowing Privileges

  • Download ebooks, eAudio, eMagazines and streaming movies
  • Assistance downloading eContent to your to your personal device.
  • Search research databases
  • Genealogy research assistance
  • Courtesy text messaging or email service is available to notify you before items are due (and more).  
  • Borrow from an extensive collection of books, DVD’s, CD’s, magazines, online materials and newspapers.
  • Place holds on (request) materials in the online catalog
  • State Park backpacks
  • Carpet Bag Book Club Kits
  • Expert assistance available for all library services

Borrower's Responsibilities

  • The return, in good condition, of all materials borrowed
  • Payment of fines incurred for any overdue, damaged or lost materials
  • Reimburse the library for replacement costs and/or processing fees of lost, stolen or damaged materials checked out on their library card.
  • Reminders to borrowers regarding overdue materials are a courtesy service. Failure to receive such a reminder does not exempt a borrower from fines.
  • Keep the library up to date with your current contact information
  • Parents and/or guardians are responsible for materials borrowed on a child's card.
  • Renew your library card annually
  • Return items in a timely fashion. Vacationing may not used as an excuse for waiving fines.