How do I get a Library Card?
It’s simple! Just stop by the library, and bring a current form of identification. One of the staff members will ask you a few quick questions and provide you with a card. The card is free, and with it you can check out any of the library’s circulating resources.
Some restrictions do apply, and there’s a $2 replacement fee for a lost or stolen card. If you have any questions, please ask a library employee.
Other Library Services:
- Books for all ages
- Internet access
- CD Books for adults and children
- Large print books
- References on CD-rom
- Genealogical materials (books, magazines, microfilm)
- Literacy materials
- English as a Second Language resources
- 100 years of local newspapers on microfilm
- Travel guides and atlases
- Kansas history resources
- Native American resources
- On-line periodical resources
- Paperback and magazine exchanges
- Public meeting room
- Children’s story time and summer reading program
- Homebound Delivery Services
The library offers homebound delivery for those who cannot make it out to the library. Books and materials are selected based upon the patron’s preferences and delivered/picked up every two weeks. Volunteers are always needed to help deliver and pick up. Call Velda Thomas, 872-5341, for more information.
InterLibrary Loan (ILL)
Are you looking for a book, but we don’t have it in the library? We can search for your desired item with other libraries in Kansas and get it in for you, if available. Ask a librarian to help you fill out an ILL form to see if the book is accessible.
The Library has 13 internet access computers currently available to the public (2 reserved for kids and 3 laptops for teens!). Your library card is your access number. Access is granted for 1 hour in length and may be extended as long as there are no other patrons waiting. Printing is 20¢ for black and white and 50¢ for color.
Public Meeting Rooms
The Scott County Library includes a conference room (capacity of 50) and a media room (capacity of 20) for public gatherings. These rooms are available at no charge for groups and individuals hosting public meetings of an educational nature. The rooms may not be used for money-making enterprises or social events. The media room includes 6 computers.
Computer projectors, screens, and a laptop may also be checked out for in-library use in these rooms. Both rooms offer wireless internet access provided by Wheatland Broadband Services.
For information about reserving the conference or media room, please call the library.