Adopted December 12, 1996
Revised August 27, 1998, November 18, 1999, April 2000, February 28, 2002, May 30, 2002, October 23, 2003, October 28, 2004, August 17, 2006, September 28, 2006, October 25, 2007 (effective 1/1/08), December 4, 2008 (effective 1/1/09), November 3, 2011, February 23, 2012
Library cards are available to individuals of any age. Applicants must be a resident of Ohio and be able to show proof of identity and street address. In the case of a child, parental or guardian address will be accepted as proof. Children age 14 and under must have a parent or guardian signature on their library card application. In order to protect library patrons from any unauthorized use of their library card, when checking out library materials library patrons must present their library card, a picture i.d., or their full name, address, phone number, and birthday, which must exactly match current library records.
Library patrons of all ages may check out videotapes and DVDs from the children’s collection. All library patrons may also check out non-fiction videotapes and DVDs from both the children’s and adult collections. Library patrons must be at least 15 years of age to check out videotapes and DVDs from the adult fiction (entertainment) section. ‘R’ and TV-MA rated videos can only be checked out by patrons who are 18 years old or older.
The following limits are established:
Fine rates are established as:
Library card replacement charge is $1.00.
Eligible library users may have only one active library card at a time. The only exception is for teacher cards. Refer to Teacher Card Policy.