Our Circulation Department maintains our vast collection – over 180,000 books, movies, and audio recordings. They\’re also available to assist you in other services, such as sending a fax or making copies. Here is a brief list summarizing many of the services the Circulation Department has to offer to our patrons.
Services offered by the Circulation Department
- Look up material in collection
- Take requests for material for collection
- Accept donations of materials
For more information on your library card, such as how to sign up or checkout limits, please see our Getting a Library Card & Borrowing Materials page here ↓
Items available for checkout
- Fiction & non-fiction books
- Fiction & non-fiction audiobooks
- Fiction & non-fiction eBooks
- Fiction & non-fiction eAudiobooks
- Large print Fiction & non-fiction books
- Bluray, DVD, & VHS movies
- Music CDs
- Local and National newspapers
- Local and national magazines & periodicals
- Art Prints
10¢/day – books, audiobooks, CDs, VHS
25¢/day – art prints
$1/day – DVDs
Overdue notices are sent via email when an item is 1, 2, and 3 weeks overdue. When an item is 45 days overdue it is considered Lost and the patron is charged the cost of the item plus a Processing Fee.
Author of the Month
Neal Stephenson (Speculative, Cyberpunk)
Neal Town Stephenson (born October 31, 1959) is an American writer and game designer known for his works of speculative fiction. His novels have been variously categorized as science fiction, historical fiction, cyberpunk, and “postcyberpunk”. Other labels, such as “baroque”, often appear. Stephenson explores subjects such as mathematics, cryptography, philosophy, currency, and the history of science. He also writes non-fiction articles about technology in publications such as Wired. He has worked part-time as an advisor for Blue Origin, a company (funded by Jeff Bezos) developing a manned sub-orbital launch system, and is also a cofounder of Subutai Corporation, whose first offering is the interactive fiction project The Mongoliad. He has also written novels with his uncle, George Jewsbury (“J. Frederick George”), under the collective pseudonym Stephen Bury.