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Any person, kindergarten age or older, residing in or paying taxes to St. Clair Shores is eligible for a Library Card. Proof of residency or taxpayer status is required, such as a current driver license or state identification with a St. Clair Shores address, a tax receipt or a lease agreement. Residents under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign as the responsible person. A current driver license or state identification is required from the responsible person.
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The Library has eleven public computers with Internet and Microsoft Office. A valid library card is necessary to access the Internet. Minors must have signed parental permission to access the Internet in the Adult Services area. A one-day Internet guest pass may be purchased for $2.00. Same day, in-house Internet reservations are made for the next available computer. The Library offers wireless Internet access in all areas of the Library.
To log on to the Library's online catalog, go to www.scslibrary.org. Click on Online Catalog. You will need your Library card and PIN to access your account, place items on hold or renew your items.
Monday through Thursday 9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M., Friday and Saturday 9:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M. The Library is closed on Saturday from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The book drop is open when the Library is closed.
Black and white printing is available for $.15 per page from the Internet, online databases and the Library catalog. The Library also offers wireless printing from your portable device.
The Library has a meeting room available for nonprofit and for profit groups. Groups must call the Library at 586-771-9020 for the meeting room availability and guidelines. The meeting room must be reserved in advance.
The Library offers fax services to patrons. The fee for this service is $2.00 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page. A cover sheet provided by the library must be sent as the first page.
During tax season, the Library may have printed copies of the most popular tax forms. During the year, a librarian can print out copies of the tax forms for $.15 per page.
Fines may be paid in person at the Library by cash, check, credit or debit card. Fines may be paid online by going to www.scslibrary.org, clicking on the Online Catalog link and clicking on My Account. Enter your library card and PIN and click on Fines.
The Library offers online access to eBooks, music, magazines, newspapers, reference materials and database subscription services. Go to www.scslibrary.org and select Online Resources. You will see an alphabetical list of our Online Databases. Most online resources have remote access from outside the Library with your Library card and PIN.