We offer books, audiobooks, audio-visual materials, and
magazines for checkout. There are public computers with
printing capabilities, a copy machine, free wifi, and
children and adult programs. The conference room is
available with access to the Mondo board, and video
conferencing, for a fee, for meetings and presentations.
Computer and copy machine usage:
There are several computers available for public use, on a
first come, first serve basis. The cost for printing from the
computer is .15 per page. The cost for photocopies from
the copy machine is .15 per page. Oops count too!
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Library card requirements:
You must be a Lower Umpqua Library District resident to obtain a free library card. Temporary, or out of district cards are available, for a fee of $30.00 per year. You must show a government issued photo ID with current address. Please provide proof of address, if it is not up to date on your identification. Parents must sign for minor children to obtain a card, and are responsible for all fines accrued. If your card is lost or stolen, please notify the library immediately. There is a $2.00 replacement card fee.
Library cards must be presented to check out library materials. There is a limit of 25 items per card at a time. All items can be checked out for a period of 21 days, and will be allowed two renewals, as long as there is not a hold on the item.
Overdue fines and fees:
Overdue items will accrue a charge of .15 per day, per item, with a maximum of $2.00 per item. Patrons will be charged for the cost of the item, for lost or damaged items, plus a $5.00 processing fee. Accounts owing more than $5.00 will be blocked until fines are paid. Outstanding accounts may be referred to a collection agency.
By signing the application for a library card you are assuming responsibility for loss or damage to any library materials checked out on you or your child’s card. The Lower Umpqua Library is not responsible for damages to equipment which may occur during playback of audio or video recordings, loaned out by the library. Patrons use library materials at their own risk.