MAY IS GET CAUGHT READING MONTH
MAY IS GET CAUGHT READING MONTH
A Roosevelt County Library card is available to any individual resident of Roosevelt County. If you do not reside here, ask for a librarian how to apply for a temporary card.
If you are 18 years or older - are required to show a recent photo I.D. and a proof of current mailing address. You will be asked also for a phone number and e-mail address.
Examples of acceptable photo ID:
· Valid driver's license
· Tribal ID
· Valid school ID
· Valid US passport
· Valid US Military ID
· Valid employee/contractor ID card issued by a local, state, tribal or US government agency
Examples of acceptable proof of address:
· Recent postmarked item of mail with name and address
· Current utility or telephone bill
· Checkbook with printed name and address
- Checking or saving' s account statement
· Valid fishing/hunting license with current address
· Insurance or vehicle registration card
· Current tax statement
· Voter registration card
If you are under 18 years old, you will be asked for:
-Date of birth
A parent or guardian must come in to apply for the student card and co-sign for the student.
*In order to be a co-signer, the parent or guardian must either have a library account with us that is in good standing or show a current photo I.D. and proof of mailing address.
**The co-signer is ultimately responsible for any and all charges accrued on the student's card.
***Both the student's and co-signer's library privileges can be revoked if the student's card falls into arrears.
Books: limit of 50 for 28 days
High Demand Books: limit of 2 for 14 days
Audio books: limit of 5 for 14 days
DVDs: limit of 2 for 7 days
Magazines: limit of 5 for 7 days
Hotspots: 14-day loan (no renewals)
All items can be renewed twice either in person, over the phone or online at https://mtsc.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/RCL-MAIN.
You can also download our app on your device:
Android -> https://bit.ly/32J6kmo
Apple -> https://apple.co/3sGjtqU
Over due fines are .10 cents a day with a maximum amount of $5.00 per item. No charges accrue on days that the library is closed. Patrons with fines of $5.00 or more will have their privileges suspended.
Patrons will be mailed a total of three noticed when material is overdue. The third notice will include billing for the replacement cost of the material plus overdue fines. The patron's library privileges will be suspended until the overdue material is returned, or paid for in full. If not paid in full, these patrons will be deleted from the system after three months. In order to be reinstated, all charges must be paid in addition of a $5.00 reinstatement fee.
Our staff checks all materials for damages when they are checked back in. Please let us know when accidents happen. We ask that you do not attempt to repair torn pages, etc. as we have special materials used for mending. Some items are damaged enough to be notified by mail. You will be charged for damage or replacement costs, if warranted, the occurred while the item was checked out to you. Patrons have thirty days from the date of notification to come in and view the damaged item(s). After that time the item(s) will be cleaned, repaired or replaced.
You may place a reserve or hold on any time currently checked out.
We will notify you by your preferred contact method once your material is available. The item stays on hold for one week before it is put back out for the general public.