Our Circulation Rules

Available Materials
  • Books
  • Audio Books
  • DVDs
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
Loan Rules
All books and audio books loan for 2 weeks. DVDs loan for 5 days. There is a limit of 3 new books per card. There is a limit of 3 DVDs per account. There is a limit of 10 items per patron. 
These can be done in person, by phone, or computer. Renewals by computer can only be done if the item or items are not overdue. If they are overdue, please contact the library by the alternative methods mentioned above. Phone: 423.638.5034
Printing from the computer is $0.20 per exposure. Copies are $0.20 per page. Sending faxes is $1.00 for the first page and $.25 for each additional page. The confirmation page is $0.20. Receiving faxes is $1.00 for the first page and $0.25 for each additional page.
Overdue Fines
Books & audio books are $0.25 per day. DVDs are $1 per day. Patrons are given one day of grace and will not incur any overdue fees if items are returned only one day late.
Library Cards
Cardholders must be at least five years of age. Parents or guardians are legally responsible for juveniles (persons under the age of 18). Cards are free to Greene County residents. Out-of-county residents in the OWL consortium may obtain a card for a one-time fee of $10.00. Proof of current address is required. A current driver’s license or state identification card along with a piece of current mail, bill, or voter registration card will suffice. A $3.00 replacement fee is required for lost cards

Computer Access
The library has twelve computers available for public use. All are Internet-accessible. Free wi-fi is also available. Internet access is available to anyone with a valid library card or photo identification. Patrons may sign up for 1 hour. Time may be extended if unused computers are available. Access to sites inappropriate for public viewing is prohibited. Children under 16 must be supervised by a parent or guardian when accessing the Internet. The library reserves the right to deny Internet access to patrons who misuse the equipment, create a disturbance, or violate posted policies