We're open every day of the year except for nine days: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas. You can always view a list of our closed dates at the bottom of any page on our web site by clicking on "holidays".
Would you like to find out as soon as possible if you have reserves to pick up, or if you have items that are overdue or will soon be overdue? Just sign up for our text notices. See the following page for more information: Signing up for text messages
The Ohio eBook Project and the SEO Digital Catalog have merged. The new, combined collection is called the Ohio Digital Library. This gives you a single point of access to everything from both collections, and just one ebook account to manage. Here are a few things you should know: read more »
Congratulations to the library's Battle of the Books team for their recent win over Stow and Twinsburg.
The official 2012 stats are in, and it was a record year: More items were checked out than in any previous year. Our Statistical Reports page links you to a graph of annual borrowing 2000-2012, and to our statistical report for 2012, where you can get an overview of our income, expenditures, and service statistics.
Read full digital copies of your favorite magazines on your computer, tablet or mobile device. Just sign up for the magazines you want using a web browser, then read them on the web or with the free Zinio app. More information
You can receive weekly emails of new titles we've added based on any search you can do. Just log into the catalog, do some searches, save them and mark them for email, and you'll get a weekly email with new titles matching those searches. Read more about it in our help section.
If you're going out of town, or for some other reason you don't want some or all of your reserves becoming available for a certain time, you can freeze your reserves. Just log into "My Account" on the web site.