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Circulation Policies 

Circulation Policies:

  • How do I obtain a library card?

Individuals must provide a photo ID and proof of a West Virginia address. Those under the age of eighteen (18) are required to have a parent or guardian register as the party responsible for all loans. Your first library card is free.

  • How many items may I check out and how long may I keep them?
Material Loan Period Renewals Limits
Books 14 days Two renewals, unless item has a hold Up to 35
Audiobooks 14 days Two renewals, unless item has a hold Up to 35
New DVDs/Blu-Rays 7 days None  Up to 10 (Counts toward 35 item limit)
Older DVDs/Blu-Rays 14 days Two renewals, unless item has a hold Up to 10 (Counts toward 35 item limit)
Music CDs 14 days Two renewals, unless item has a hold Up to 35
Video Games 14 days None Up to 3 (Counts toward 35 item limit)
Puzzles 14 days Two renewals, unless item has a hold One per family
Board Games 14 days None One per family
STEM Kits 14 days None One per family
Hobby Kits 14 days None One per famliy


Please have your library card ready at the circulation desk. Patrons are responsible for the replacement of lost or damaged items.

*After obtaining a library card, new patrons may check out up to five (5) total items, only one (1) of which may be a DVD or Video Game.

  • May I donate books or other items to the library?

The library has limited storage space and therefore limits its donation intake to two small bags or boxes per person at a time. We typically accept fiction, children's books, cooking and craft books, audiobooks, puzzles, and DVDs. The library never accepts textbooks. We only accept donations during our open business hours. Please do not put them in the book return or leave them outside.