Library policies are Board approved and reviewed regularly.
The use of display areas at the library.
Audiovisual equipment available for patrons to borrow.
Conditions and rules for borrowing blu-rays, videos and dvds from the library.
A statement of guiding principles for library board members.
The library's bulletin boards and pamphlet racks.
How the library selects computer software, and what conditions apply to patrons borrowing software.
How to obtain a library card, library hours, loan periods, loan limits and fines.
Public computer access, typewriter access, Internet and wireless access, and printing costs.
How and when patrons may pay library fines using a debit or credit card.
Staff and public use of the fax machine at the library.
Rules regarding use of food, drugs and alcohol on library property.
Gifts made to the library.
Rules for group visits to the library.
Holiday closures throughout the year
Rules for Internet use at the library.
In order to fuIfill our mission, we must first consider where we are and then consider where we are going. This is our Long Range Plan, which is updated regularly, and which will be our road map for the next five years.
Using the library's LCD projector, inside and outside the library.
Rules regarding use of the library, its property and services.
A statement of guiding principles for library staff and board members.
A statement of principles for library staff.
Regarding misappropriation of materials or funds.
Principles guiding the library's selection of materials.
Conditions for use of the library's meeting rooms.
Use of the library's microfilm readers and printing costs.
The guiding principles of the library.
Use of the library's mobile computer lab.
Statement of compliance with the Americans with Disabilites Act of 1990 ("ADA") and petition for grievance.
How, and to what limits, staff can help with technology assistance questions.
Photographing and videotaping in the library, including at library events.
Library board meetings and the state Open Doors Law.
Access to public records as governed by state law.
Who may be a reciprocal borrower and what privileges a reciprocal borrower may receive.
Principles guiding how the library provides information services to patrons.
Rules regarding use of the library's study rooms.
Regarding the use of video surveillance and recording by the library on library property.
Who may use the walking books service and what conditions apply.