Collections for borrowing in text, audio, and video available to browse, take out or download.
- Children’s picture books, chapter books, easy-to-read titles, audiobooks and nonfiction
- Graphic Novels
- Large Print
- eBooks & eMagazines
- Internet access, research databases, educational software
- Always-on Wi-Fi
- Summer Reading Programing
- Local History & Genealogy
- Meeting rooms available to the public during and outside of regular library hours
To get a library card, register with photo ID (government issued, preferably) and mail you’ve received recently. A parent or guardian with a library card in good standing may register their child for a card of their own. Older teens can bring in photo ID and mail from home with a registration completed by their parent or guardian.