Elkland Area Community Library Services

The Elkland Area Community Library provides a variety of services for both cardholders and non-cardholders.  To borrow items from the library, one must have a library card with the library or have a PA Access library card.  Other services such as copies, computer prints, fax, internet access, use of meeting room does not require a library card, however, must agree to policy/practice that applies.

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Services

  • Adult Fiction and Non-fiction
  • Young People Fiction and Nonfiction
  • Children’s Fiction and Nonfiction
  • Magazines
  • Audiobooks
  • EBooks
  • DVDs
  • Discovery Packs for Children
  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Fax
  • Copies
  • Computer prints
  • Internet access
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Programs

Policies:

Cardholder Policy:

A Library card is free of charge to patrons who provide proof of identification and residency. For verification the following is required; Current driver’s license or equivalent photo id with current address listed. Secondary document with name and current address, such as utility bill, personal check, or other. Minors under the age of 18 must have parent/guardian authorization.

Loan Period:

All materials except DVDS are loaned for a 2-week period. Adult DVD’s are loaned out for 2-day period. No more than 4 per household. Children’s DVD collection is only on loan to patrons between the ages of 6 to 17 years old. DVD’s must be drop off inside the library. No renewals

Computer/Internet Use :

Computer/Internet Use is available at the library for both card and non-cardholder. All computer/internet user must read, agree to, and abide by the Internet Acceptable Use Agreement. Use is on a first-come serve basis with a 2-hour limit per day. Only one person at a time at the computer.

Cardholders must be in good standing to borrow materials or use computers. A fine of $1.00 or more must be paid before the card can be used. Most library materials are 5 cents per day. DVDS are $1.00 per day per DVD. Discovery Packs are $1.00 a day per pack. If an item is damaged or lost, a patron should notify library staff as soon as possible for repair or reimbursement, depending on the nature of incident.