Yes. The cost is $1.00 per page, payable by cash only, to any U.S. telephone number. Documents can be faxed using the Library Document Station in the adult computer area. This is an outgoing fax service only; we are not able to receive faxes.
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You will need photo identification and proof of Pinellas County residency. A valid driver’s license will suffice. If your driver’s license does not yet contain your current address, a document such as a utility bill or apartment lease can be used to verify your address.PPLC is a member of Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC) and participates in reciprocal borrowing. A patron must first obtain a library card from their home library system and then register that card with us as a reciprocal borrower. You may apply at the library or online. For a full list of participating libraries, visit the TBLC site.
Patrons may check their library card accounts online. You will need your library card barcode number and password (typically the last four digits of your telephone number) to renew online. Visit the library catalog and click on My Account in the top. Available information includes items currently checked out, reserves, and fines. Patrons may also call the library’s circulation department, 727-724-1525 x4114 for this information.
You can place holds on items using the Library Catalog. You will first need to log in using your Library Card Number and PIN. You can request up to 25 items.
The library offers tools, WiFi hotspots, seeds, museum passes, ukulele kits, bike locks, STEM kits, video games, and more.
You may check out up to 50 items total. There are varying checkout limits and checkout periods for different material types. Please see the Circulation Policy for detailed information on each.
If the item is available in the library catalog at another branch, it will be shipped to the library of your choice in about five business days. If the item is not available through PPLC, it may be possible to obtain through InterLibrary Loan (ILL). Please contact the Answers Desk at email@example.com with your request.
Yes, you can recommend materials for the library to evaluate for purchase and addition to our collection. Please fill out a recommendation form. Please remember, not all items recommended can be added. If an item you recommended is not added, we will try to place an interlibrary loan request to secure it for you.
Items may be renewed up to three times unless there is a patron hold on the item. Non-renewable materials include children’s holiday books, children’s electronic games, and MP3 players.You may renew an item at the library, online, or over the phone. You will need your library barcode number and password (typically the last four digits of your telephone number) to renew online. Visit the library catalog and click on My Account in the top.
Yes. The library provides free Internet access to adults and children. Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A valid PPLC library card is required to use public computers. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building using your personal device.
Yes, we can proctor online and paper tests on a limited basis. If you are interested in having a test proctored, please visit the test proctoring policy page for more information and fill out the test proctoring form to request an appointment.
Yes. We offer wireless printing through Princh, payable on your device via credit card or PayPal. For more information on how to print wirelessly, please see our Mobile Printing page.
From the public computers the cost is 15 cents per page for black and white or 50 cents per page for color, payable by cash only. For wireless printing from your own device at home or in the library via Princh, the cost is 25 cents per page for black and white or 65 cents per page for color, payable by credit card or PayPal.
The library gratefully accepts both material and monetary donations. Material donations such as books or audio/visual items are first evaluated for possible addition to the collection. If we cannot add them to the collection, we sell them at the Friends of the Library Book Sale held four times a year. We cannot accept any textbooks, National Geographic collections, moldy materials or encyclopedia sets. Monetary donations are accepted for the purchase of book memorials or toward general operating expenses.
For more information, check our Donate page.
Yes, there is one EV charging station at the library. It requires the Shell Recharge app to use. The library does not own or operate the charging station; please contact Shell Recharge through the app for any questions regarding payment or other issues using the station.
No, we do not have a notary public. Please call the Answers Desk for suggestions of local businesses that perform this service.
The Friends of the Library sell books, magazines, videos, and audio materials that were donated, or that were removed from the collection. Proceeds benefit the library. The bookstore is located in the library. Large book sales are scheduled quarterly by the Friends. Check the monthly newsletter for announcements.
Please visit the Volunteers page for current information.
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Yes. You may obtain, fill out and turn in your voter registration forms at any PPLC branch. It is also possible to use our public access computers to access the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections website to register online. The library sends all forms received to the Supervisor of Elections office. Library staff can assist locating and helping fill out voter registration forms. Patrons with questions pertaining to political party platforms and party affiliation should consult the Supervisor of Elections office for information.