What information is needed to get a Library card?

All applicants must present valid identification with a current address and picture identification. A parent or guardian must sign the application form for persons under 18 years of age. In doing so, the parent or guardian accepts responsibility for the minor's use of the Library and agrees to pay fines or fees incurred for damages or losses of Library materials.
Library cards are issued for 1 year and must be renewed. Non-residents will owe a fee at the time of renewal. Library cards may be denied to patrons with a record of abuse of Library privileges.

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1. Who can get a Library card?
2. What information is needed to get a Library card?
3. What happens if I lose my Library card?
4. How do I sign up for a computer? Who can use the computers?
5. How long can I use a computer?
6. Can I check the Library's catalog from home, school or business?
7. How do I check my account? What is my Personal Identification Number (PIN)?
8. How do I renew books and other materials I have borrowed?
9. How do I get materials when all copies are checked out?
10. Will the Library locate and hold a book for me?
11. How can I get an item that the Library does not own?
12. Can the Library use volunteers?
13. How do I get a job at the Library?
14. May I donate books to the Library?
15. Does Library staff proctor exams?
16. Does the Library offer eBooks and eAudiobooks?
17. Can I use a credit card to pay fines and fees?
18. Does the Library have tax forms?