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Children age five and older can get a library card. A parent or guardian can get a library card for their child with a photo ID and signature.
You may have up to 100 items charged to your card at one time.
We try to make the library a welcoming place, but it is important to remember that all library buildings are public buildings, with people coming and going all day. Library staff is not responsible for children who may be at the library by themselves. Children age 8 or under must be in the immediate presence of a parent, sibling or caregiver or other responsible person age 16 or older at all times while on library property. Children between the ages of 9 and 11 must have a parent, sibling or caregiver or other responsible person age 16 or older in the library building at all times.
Child Safety Policy.
Absolutely. Simply call the library you wish to tour and someone on staff will be happy to arrange it.
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