How to Get a Library Card (Adults)
Patrons ages 18 and older may register for a library card by filling out a Library Card Application Form and providing identification that shows current name and address.
How to Get a Library Card (Teens/Children)
Parents/legal guardians with current identification must register children age 17 and under.
On the second floor in the Youth Services area there are 4 computers for preschoolers only, and 4 computers for school-age children. Available for youths with an Internet Use Permission Form, signed by a parent or legal guardian, on file.
On the third floor there are eight public use computers connected to the Internet, one of which is set-up for the visually handicapped. There is an additional computer for word processing and other office programs only. All are linked to a printer. (15¢ per page printed in black & white and 30¢ per page printed in color.) The computer in the Local History Room is one of the eight connected to the Internet. Its primary use is for online genealogical research. These computers are available for adults, and for youths with an Internet Use Permission Form, signed by a parent or legal guardian, on file, and checked so as to allow unfiltered searching.
Wireless - T. B. Scott Library has wireless internet access.
Teens/Children using the Internet
Children age 16 or younger may use Internet with parent/legal guardian signature on the Internet Use Permission Form. There are two levels of internet permission that parents/guardians choose from. One allows the child to use the filtered computers in Youth Services only. The other permission allows the child to use the unfiltered computers on the Adult level. See any desk for a copy.