2022 Summer Reading Program sign up starts May 23rd.
In order to issue you a card, we need to see a photo I.D. with your correct address on it. If your photo I.D. is not current, you will need to provide some other proof of address, such as a piece of mail, your vehicle registration, or your water bill.
Nope, it's free. If you lose your card, however, a replacement card costs $1.
In order to get their own card, we ask that young library users be able to provide the following information without any help from the guardians: Full name, address, telephone number, and birthdate (including birth year).
Sorry, but no. Only legal guardians have the authority to let their children get cards. However, we can give you a form that the guardians can fill out and you can return to the library that will enable the kids to get cards. Just ask at the desk.
You can use your library card at any of the libraries in the High Plains Library District. For a full list of libraries and locations, please visit the High Plains web site at http://www.mylibrary.us/contact/library-hours-and-locations.
Yes! If you check out books from any other High Plains library, you can return them here and we'll send them back to their library "homes." If you check out materials from libraries that are not in the district (like Loveland or Fort Collins), we prefer that you return the books to those libraries yourself.
We limit each residential card holder to 50 items total. The total limit of all media items (DVDs, TV series, music CDs) is 15 per card. The total limit of audiobooks is 15 per card.
Good news! Unless you are late, we do not charge fines. If you keep your items a couple of months beyond your due date, you will get a bill, however.
We no longer charge fines for movies unless they are roughly a month late.
Absolutely! You can go online to the High Plains Library District web site (www.mylibrary.us) and renew them yourself or we can renew them for you by phone.