Borrow Library Materials
A valid library card from your town of residence is required to borrow materials.
- Books, magazines (newest copies do not circulate) and audio books are checked out for two weeks. A $.10 per day/per item late charge is applied daily, six days a week (no Sunday). CD’s can be borrowed for two weeks,
- DVD’s are checked out for three days with a $2.00 per day late charge applied daily, six days a week (no Sunday). There is a limit of 4 DVD’s per family. Patrons must return DVD’s to the Douglas Library only, we have a special AV slot on the front of the building if the library is closed.
- Patrons may check out passes to museums and parks. Late fee for passes are 10.00 per day.
Patrons may not check out any materials if they have a fine balance of $5.00 or more. The above loan periods and fines apply to all patrons of the Douglas Library.
If you would like a book or magazine, which the Douglas Library does not have in its collection, or which is currently unavailable, we will do an Interlibrary Loan. For more details, please ask at the service desks on either floor.
The library has many museum passes which offer free or discounted admission. No reserves. One pass per family at a time. View the full list of museum passes >
Computers / Equipment
The library has full access to the Internet. Word processing and scanning are also available. Please check in at the desk before computer use. Parents of children under twelve must supervise their child’s internet use. Learn more about our computers >
The library has an Ultimaker 2 3D Printer available for public use. Learn more about using our 3D printer.
There are two meeting rooms available for public use by groups.
- Community Room (capacity not to exceed 200 people)
- Board Room (capacity not to exceed 15 people)
Meeting rooms are generally available during normal library operating hours. Meeting room use may extend beyond normal operating hours provided that prior arrangements have been made with the Director or authorized representative and provided that the meeting began during normal library operating hours. Learn more about using our meeting rooms.