As the information center of the community, the Piedmont Public Library strives to deliver the highest level of timely service to library users of all ages as it promotes literacy, community, and lifelong learning.
Library policy and procedure are governed by the Piedmont Library Board, which meets every other month on the first Wednesday at 5:30, at the Piedmont Public Library. The public is welcome.
The Piedmont Library has more than 16,000 items available for check out. The collection includes popular fiction, non-fiction, children’s picture books, adult and juvenile books on audio CDs, and a small reference collection.
Computers with Hi-speed Internet
Use of the computers is free. Computer use is limited to 30 minutes when other customers are waiting. Printing from the computers is 10 cents per page, 50 cents per page for color printing. A valid library card or a temporary guest card number (available from the check out desk) is needed to access the public computers.
- Sending & Receiving Fax: 10 cents per page
- Photocopies: 10 cents per page
- A paper cutter and 3-hole punch are available for public use.
The Library Meeting room is available for public use during regular library hours on an as available basis. The room may be scheduled in person, over the phone (373-9018) or via email (email@example.com). The use of the room is free to non-profit groups. For-profit organizations will be charged a $10 per hour use fee.
Customers may bring their own Wi-Fi enabled laptops to the library and take advantage of the hi-speed wireless internet access.
Readers Advisory Service
Library staff are delighted to help readers discover their next favorite author or book series. “If you like…” suggested reading lists can be accessed in the library to offer readers books similar to their favorites.
Quiet Reading Room
A comfortable and cozy reading room with overstuffed sofa and chairs is available to customers that want a quiet place to visit or read. The room is available on a first come, first served basis.
Library staff are happy to help customers locate the best sources of information, both online and in print. Staff can offer instruction in the use of the available online databases and other internet sources.
Daycare/Community Group/School visits
Library staff are available to speak at your next community group meeting or to present a story time or reading to a group.