What is my User ID?

Your User ID is the barcode on the back of your library card. Do not include spaces.

What is my PIN number?

Your PIN number is the number that was given to you when you received your library card. If you do not have it, please come to the library to acquire a new one. Your PIN will not be given out over the telephone.

How many times may I renew an item?

Items may be renewed twice.

Why won’t my item renew?

If your item won’t renew, it could be because there is a hold on that item, your late fees total $5.00 or more, or you have reached your renewal limit.

View your account online

Click here to connect to your on-line account

In My Account, information about current library transactions can be viewed, a personal identification number (PIN) can be changed, the address the library has on file for you can be changed, or checked-out materials can be renewed.

Every authorized library user has a user record, which identifies the user and contains information about the user’s circulation activity. eLibrary references a user record based on the entered User ID. Each user record also contains a personal identification number (PIN) which ensures that library activity is confidential.

If you haven’t already logged in, you may be prompted to log in to eLibrary when you attempt to change information in My Account. This login is only valid for the duration of the current transaction.

Submit a hold request

Place hold on our eLibrary System

Sometimes materials that you need are not immediately available because others have them checked out, or the library does not include the item in its holdings. eLibrary includes several ways of communicating your needs to the library.

Placing a hold online for an item that is checked out to another patron

Patrons are placed on the hold list on a first come basis based on your user category.

Checkout You are limited to 4 videos, 4 DVD’s, 3 CD’s and 8 audiobooks. You are limited to a total of 25 items per card. Checkout period is 2 weeks for books, magazines, CD’s and audiobooks. DVD’s checkout for 7 days and videos for 2 weeks. Checkout period for high demand books is 7 days. The library is not responsible for damage to any VCR or DVD equipment
Renewals Renewals are permitted except for items on reserve for another patron or books borrowed from another library. You may renew your materials at the library or online. Overdues Please return your items on time. If you can’t, there is a fine of $.10 a day excluding holidays for books, audiobooks, etc. The fine for videos and DVD’s is $1.00 a day and $.25 a day for high demand books. The maximum fine for any item is $10.00.
LOST OR DAMAGED If an item is lost or damaged, the patron is expected to pay — The cost of its repair or replacement A processing fee of $5.00 Any accumulated overdue fine. A lost or stolen library card may be replaced at a cost of $4.00
CHILDREN Children under the age of (12) may not be left unattended, except for a scheduled library program. Children must be picked up before closing time. Any children in the library at fifteen minutes before closing will be asked about arrangements for pick up. Two staff members will wait with minor children who are not picked up at closing time. The person responsible for the children shall be fined $20.00 per staff member per hour ($40.00 per hour). After ½ hour the police department may be called.