Patrons can borrow up to 50 items at one time, but are limited to 3 items per subject, author, or series. Limits also apply to DVDs (3 at a time), Videos (5 at a time), CDs (5 at a time), and Talking Books (5 at a time).
- Books, magazines, CDs and CD ROMs, audio cassettes, talking books - Three weeks (21 days)
- DVDs and Videos - One week
|Adult Books||25¢ / day|
|Children's Books||25¢ / day|
|CD-ROMs||25¢ / day|
|Compact Discs, Audio Cassettes||25¢ / day|
|Videos||25¢ / day|
|DVDs||$1.00 / day|
|Magazines||25¢ / day|
|Paperbacks||25¢ / day|
|Talking Books||25¢ / day|
|Interlibrary Loans||50¢ / day|
Library materials may be renewed twice. This may be done over the phone or in person without the materials, provided there are no holds on the material. Renewals can also be made from the library website by logging into your account. (more on renewing online)
Patrons may place requests on materials (known as a hold). Patrons are limited to 3 active holds. Ask staff to place a hold on material that is currently out, and upon its return you will be notified that the library is holding an item for you. You may also place a hold yourself from home via the library website using the Online Catalogue. (more on placing holds online)
Hold must be picked up within 7 days or they will be returned to the shelf for the next person.
If a book, video, talking book, compact disc or other item is lost, the cost of the item, any overdue fines on the lost item plus a processing fee will be charged. All charges must be paid or library services may be discontinued. The library reserves the right to apply additional charges for non-compliance with the rules of the library.
Library materials are the sole responsibility of the person who has borrowed them, even if the item was then loaned to a family member or friend.
Your signature on your library card signifies your agreement with these rules.