can I obtain a library card?
A: Residents and non-residents may get a card. Children under the age of 14 must have parental or guardian’s permission by signature. We will need a photo ID (such as a driver’s license or other state-issued ID), current mailing address, street address if not the same as mailing address and telephone number.
Q: How long can I use
a computer at the library?
A: Computer usage is limited to 30 minutes per person while others are waiting for an available computer.
Q: How can I renew materials?
A: You can renew materials in person, over the telephone during open library hours, and starting on September 16th, by going to the library’s website. Stay tuned for further details!
Q: I’m part of a club looking for space to meet. Can we meet at the library?
A: If your club is free, open to the public, library-related, educational, cultural or civic in nature and meets the other requirements outlined in our Meeting Room Policy (ask at the library for a copy), you may meet at the library as space allows. Private clubs are not affiliated with the library and should advertise using their own names and contact numbers for all publicity not related to the meeting location.
Q: Can I donate books to the library?
A: We are not taking book donations at this time. Contact the library for details.
Q: I'm new to the
area. Can you give me directions to the library?
A: From the four way stop in Morrisville, go north on Park St., bear left and then turn left onto Richmond Street. The library is on your immediate left.
If you need help, just ask one of our staff!
If you want to make a donation of books, DVDs or other items, please call the library at 888-3853. Be sure to attend our annual library book sale on July 4 of every year!