|Item||Checkout time||Overdue Fines|
|Books/Audiobooks||2 weeks/2 wks grace||$0.05/day per book|
|BLU-RAYS/DVD/CD-ROMS/Ref.||3 days||$3.00 per video/day|
|Music CDs||7 days||$0.50 per CD/day|
|Magazines||2 weeks/2wks grace||$0.05/day, 2 wks grace|
|Inter-library loans||3-4 wks usual||no fines, no renewal|
Use of the library meeting room is free to the public. There are no charges unless something is broken or left untidy. The charges in that case will apply to repair, replacement, or cleaning costs in the particular circumstance. There is no alcohol or smoking allowed in the meeting room. Use of the big-screen television is possible. Just ask for instructions on using it with the blu-ray player or on the internet.No sales or gambling for money is allowed in the library. The kitchenette is part of the meeting room and is equipped with coffee pots, a microwave, refrigerator and sink. Contact the Director or Assistant to reserve the room for a meeting, party or educational use. The room will accommodate 50 people in chairs or 30 seated at tables. The Library owns 6 folding tables and 52 chairs. The Library reserves the right to deny an inappropriate request for use.
Overdue items must be returned and fines paid before additional items may be checked out or library computers used. Patrons may have library privileges restricted or revoked according to policy adopted on 8/2000.
According to policies adopted 4/04/2003, no food or drink will be allowed in the Library unless provided by the staff for library programming. Breakage of library equipment or furniture will result in a bill being sent to the guilty part or his/ her parents. Failure to pay restitution will result in loss of library privileges.
Adopted 5/10/2007--No more than 10 books per family may be checked out for a two week period.This is changed from summer reading time to all year long. No more than 5 videos, DVDS, or music CDs may be checked out by a family for a 3-day (dvds,videos) or 7-day (music CDs) checkout period.
Computer use in the Library is free of charge. Priority for computer use is given to homework and adult use.
Questions about policies? You may e-mail us at battlecreeklibrary