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Homework Help

  • To get a library card or to register a library card from another local public library system, you must have a photo ID, proof of date of birth, and proof of your current address. Visit any library location to complete registration.

  • Homework Help is available weekday afternoons at most branches. Check our Events calendar for more info.

  • Except for media equipment, physical items that are not on hold for another borrower may be renewed up to two times.

    RBdigital Audiobooks and OverDrive digital downloads that are not on hold for another borrower may be renewed once.

  • In order to place a hold, start by searching the catalog. Please follow these step-by-step instructions from our Website Help section's How do I search the catalogopens a new window faq.

    Once you find the item you'd like to place on hold, click on the green 'Place a hold' button.

  • If you have not set up a PIN/password, it defaults to the last four digits of the primary phone number in your library account.

    Reset your PIN/password library card number (barcode) associated with your account, or by showing photo ID to staff at any location.

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Get Homework HelpGet Homework Help at your local branch during weekday drop-in hours

All of our branches have drop-in Homework Help hours on weekdays. 

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