How do I apply for a library card?
To apply for a library card, you need to present a current picture identification with your current Yavapai County address. If your ID does not have your correct address, we need to see a proof of residency.
Acceptable forms of identification are:
- Current driver's license
- Current State issued ID card
- Military ID card showing active status
- Current school issued ID Card
- Current Passport
Acceptable forms of proof of residency are:
- Current Arizona driver's license or ID card
- Recent utility bill in your name
- Imprinted personal check
- Current lease or rental contract
- Voter registration card with current address
- Current vehicle registration or insurance card showing name and current address
- Piece of mail addressed to you and postmarked within the past 45 days
How many items may I check out?
You are allowed to check out 50 total items per card. Only 10 of those items, however, can be Audio/Visual materials (DVDs/Blu-Rays, CDs, CD-Books, etc).
Where do I return my items?
We have two separate drops for materials on the parking lot side of the building: the one attached to the building is for books, and the box standing right in front of the building is for Audio/Visual materials.
Please make sure you are using the correct drop box, as books have a tendency to damage A/V materials when dropped on top of them.
Items may also be returned inside at the appropriate desk during normal business hours.
How many times am I able to renew my items?
Most items may be renewed a maximum of three (3) times total, as long as there are no holds on the item. This does not apply to Interlibrary Loan materials.
Are there public use computers available?
Yes! Your library card allows you 90 mintues per day of use on any of our public use computers. We have 90-minute Computers available, as well as 20-minute Computers if you're not needing to use a full 90 minute session.
What if I do not have a library card?
If you do not have a library card and would like to use one of our public use computers, Guest Passes may be obtained at the Audio/Visual desk. Guest Passes are only good for 90 minutes on the computers. More than one Guest Pass may be issued depending on how busy the public use computers are.
Am I able to use public Wi-Fi in the Library?
Yes, we have public use Wi-Fi available at the Library! Just connect to the "Library Patron" Wi-Fi connection and there is no password.