All library buildings are open for browsing and technology usage. Curbside Service and contactless printing will still be available.
Read more about the library's COVID-19 response here.
For the health and safety of our patrons and staff, we are following guidelines and precautions which meet or exceed health department guidelines.
- To learn more about the library's COVID-19 response, click here.
- All patrons visiting library buildings are encouraged to wear a face covering. We will continue to offer accommodation through Curbside Service, outdoor WiFi, and digital materials.
- Library staff can print documents for a charge of 10 cents per page for black and white and 50 cents per page for color. The library also offers free WiFi in all library parking lots as well as internet Hotspots available for checkout for up to two weeks.
- The library is offering lots of program options, including virtual how-tos in technology, STEM, and art, Take and Make kits for all ages. Visit trailslibrary.org/events or check out our Facebook page or YouTube channel.
Thank you for your patience and support during this time.
Please review our Using the Library page or send us an email with your name, email address and questions and a staff member will respond within 48 hours.
Yes, all outdoor bookdrops are open 24/7 with the exception of the Waverly Branch.
Yes, we are accepting returned items through book drops.
No fines will accrue for library materials.
Yes, you may pick up another person’s materials as long as you can verify their information. You will need the library card of the person whose items you are picking up as well as their name, address, phone number, and birthday.
Yes, the Library has expanded WiFi access in every branch to reach into the parking lots. Pull up to a spot and login to “Trails Public” WiFi to get connected.
Yes. All technology services are available. For social distancing, some computer stations may not be available.
Library staff can print up for a charge of 10 cents per page for black and white and 50 cents per page for color. The library also offers free WiFi in all library parking lots as well as internet Hotspots available for checkout for up to two weeks.
The library has many options available for programs that are in person. Visit trailslibrary.org/events or check out our Facebook page or YouTube channel.
Yes, are allowing donations.
If you no longer have your account/card number (or the one you have is not working), stop by one of the Trails Regional Library branches and the library staff can help you get a new card.
Effective June 16, 2021, Trails Regional Library will no longer quarantine returned library material. Hard-surface materials like DVDs and CDs will be wiped down if extra cleaning is needed. It is not necessary for patrons to clean materials prior to returning them.
First, consider switching to digital materials for the time being. eAudiobooks and eBooks, as well as streaming music and videos, are available through the Library’s website.
Second, consider placing your checked-out items aside for another day or two, like you would with items that come from the grocery store.
Patrons are asked not to expose Library materials to disinfectants, extreme heat (like from an oven), microwaves, or other chemicals that can damage books, CDs, and DVDs, leading to charges against your account.
Sanitizing wipes may be used to carefully wipe plastic covers of books (not the pages), and DVD or CD cases.
No, the number of digital items you have on hold is separate from physical items.
We are currently making more than 185,000 titles available to customers digitally, including children’s eBooks, and continue to add new ones. Customers can also access streaming video as well as digital books for children through Tumblebook Library.
Please call or visit one of the Trails Regional Library branches for assistance.
We are accepting volunteers again.