The Library is a network of five locations providing books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, Internet access and other free services of the City of Clarence-Rockland.
Every resident of Clarence-Rockland and any tax payer to the City may be a member. Membership is also available to non-residents at an annual service fee.
Membership is free and there are no fees to borrow materials or to access the Internet. There are fees for returns past due date, for damages to items, for photocopying and for printing form the Internet.
YOUR CARD IS VALUABLE
It identifies you to staff. Please have it with you if you wish to take items home.
It allows you to borrow materials from the library.
Other than their entertainement and educational value, items have a monetary value.
If you lose your card, report it immediately to prevent someone else from using it.
ANY ITEMS ON YOUR CARD ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
ADULTS AND YOUNG ADULTS (14-17)
Membership is availalbe with proof of residency:
One piece of identfication with both picture and home address (ex., driver's licsnces); or
Two pieces, one identification with name and photo (ex., passport, health card, student card) and one bearing your name and home address (ex., some personl mail, a bill)
For those who do not have a Clarence-Rockland address yet pay taxes, a proof of payment (ex., receipt) will need to be shown.
CHILDREN (13 AND UNDER)
A parent or guardian must be present to enroll the child. He or she will need to have their own library card or provide the same proof of residency as described above, as well as have some form of identfication for the child (ex., health card, passport, student card).