How do I apply for a library card?
To get a library card, please bring a picture I.D. and proof of Colorado residency or property ownership to your local library branch. If you are under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must be present, show proof of a valid mailing address, and sign the card.
Library cards and replacement cards are FREE. Treat your library card as you would your credit card; report a lost or stolen card immediately. Always bring your library card when checking out items. You are responsible for all materials borrowed on your library card from the time they are checked out until they are checked in.
If you would like to apply for a card online please go to our online registration form. You will still need to bring the verification listed above to your local library to receive your card. Please mention that you have filled out this form online.
How long is my library card valid and how do I renew it?
How do I access my library card record?
To access your library card record, click on "My Account" above, click on "log In" and enter in your full name and library card number. From within your account you may request items, renew items, and review your reading history.
What are the fines or fees for overdue or lost materials?
How do I renew items checked out on my card?
Library materials may be renewed online with your library card number. To renew items online, click on "My Account" above and then click on "Log In" and enter your name and library card number.
To renew all items, click on the "Renew All" button. If you only wish to renew certain items, click the box(es) preceding the item(s) in the list, and the click on "Renew Selected Items". If an item may not be renewed it will say "ON HOLD" in red next to the due date of the item. You can also call your local branch and request items renewed over the phone during library hours. Have your library card ready as staff will need it to complete the renewal.
There are also several cases where you cannot renew items checked out to you. Renewals will beblocked if:
- There are outstanding fees or fines of more than $5.00 on your card.
- Your card has expired or if your card will expire prior to the new due date.
- There is a request on by other library customer for the item.
Renewal dates are from the date renewed, not the date material is due.
How do I keep a history of the items I have read?
To keep a history of the items you have read, go into your account by clicking on "My Account" on the menu above. Then click on "Log In" and enter your name and library card number. Next then click on " Reading History" on the right sidebar and then click on "Start Recording My Reading History." From that point on every item you check out will be recorded and you can view the information in your record.
Do you have wireless access?
Yes, each of the libraries provides wireless access that is open and free to the public during library hours.
Do you have meeting rooms available for the public to use?
In keeping with its mission, the Eagle Valley Library District offers use of its meeting rooms to local community non-profit groups holding meetings or programs. Use of the District’s meeting rooms does not constitute endorsement by the District, its staff, or its trustees of the viewpoints presented. Groups using the meeting rooms for programs not sponsored by the District may not publicize their events in any manner which suggests library sponsorship or affiliation.
Programs sponsored by the District are given scheduling priority. Preference is also given to groups whose meetings are free and open to the public. Programs will be cancelled if the library is closed. Regularly scheduled recurring meetings are discouraged in order to insure equitable access to the facilities for the entire community. The use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited unless special permission is granted.
The Director will establish administrative procedures for the implementation of this policy. Exceptions to this policy may be made at the discretion of the library director. The director shall report such exceptions to the Board of Trustees at its regularly scheduled meetings.
Contact your local branch for more information and room availability. Please fill out the meeting room form prior to use.
Do you provide public notary services?
No, the Eagle Valley Library District does not provide public notary services. Here are some of the most common types of businesses where you can find a Notary Public: AAA. Banks. Law Firms or Law Offices. Real Estate Firms or Real Estate Offices. Tax Preparer or Accountant Offices. Photocopy Shops. Parcel Shipping Stores. Auto tag and license service centers.