How can I get a library card?
To obtain a library card you must display current picture ID with your correct address. If you are under 18 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must show their picture ID and sign the library card application. Library cards are free to city residents displaying acceptable forms of ID. Replacement cards are $5. If your library card is lost or stolen, please contact the library immediately so that we can deactivate the card to prevent fraudulent check-outs. In lieu of money for replacement cards we also accept food items. One canned good represents one dollar and the food is donated to support our local food pantry. Food for fines will only be accepted for late fines and not lost or damaged items.

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1. How can I get a library card?
2. How many items can I check out?
3. Can I borrow materials from other libraries?
4. Can I Reserve items?
5. How long may I keep materials?
6. What are the late charges?
7. What happens if I damage or lose a book?
8. What if the library is closed?
9. How do I use the Library's Wi-Fi?
10. How do I use the Public Computers?