FAQ - About the Library
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Keeping our community safe is our number one goal.
Now that we are entering a new stage of the pandemic – one that we hope brings us closer to something resembling normalcy – we continue to follow the guidance from the CDC and public health officials.
What to do if you're feeling unwell.
In order to protect our community, we ask that you do not enter our buildings if you are not feeling well.
How do I return my materials?
We are now accepting materials in our branches, and at our drive-up book drops at all of our locations!
Can I still request items to be put on hold?
When will I be able to pick up my requested items?
When your holds are available, you will receive notification with information for how to pick up your items.
Can I still borrow digital materials?
Yes! Our online services are always available for cardholders, including our collection of digital materials such as eBooks, eMagazines, downloadable audiobooks, and streaming movies, music, and television shows. We also have online learning tools like LinkedIn Learning, Mango Languages, Creativebug, and many more.
Are you still having programs?
Yes - programs are available at all locations.
How do I register for a program?
Click here to register for programs.
When can I schedule a passport appointment?
Click here for information about scheduling a passport appointment.
Can I get something notarized?
Yes. Click here for details.
Can I reserve a meeting room?
Yes. Click here to reserve a meeting room.
Can I use a computer?
Yes! Computers are available at all locations for 50-minute sessions on a first-come, first-served walk-in use.
Free WiFi Access
We know that many in our community don’t have access to WiFi in their homes. That’s why in most locations you can access WiFi from any of our locations. The WiFi is on 24/7 for easy access for work, school, library, and health-related questions.
How do I get a new library card?
Your library card can give you immediate access to our entire online library. If you don't have one, you can apply for a library card online. Applicants must live, work, or attend school in Ohio.