The library has over 40,000 items for circulation, including books, DVDs, audiobooks, board games and kits.  If you don't have a library card yet click here for an application.

eBooks, audiobooks, movies online:
In cooperation with the Beehive Library Consortium, we are able to offer a variety of digital materials, accessible by apps on your electronic devices.

Interlibrary Loans:
We can request items from libraries around the nation.  If you can't find what you are looking for in our online catalog, try filling out this Interlibrary Loan form to request a loan.  While we normally have to charge a $2.50 postage fee for this service, we are able to provide it free through the end of June 2024, thanks to a grant from the Utah State Library.

Computers and Wi-Fi:
We offer free Wi-Fi and 8 patron computers for public use, and no library card is required!

Copies, Faxing, and Scanning:
.25 per page for black and white copies (the first 5 copies are free)
.25 per page for FAX (cover sheet sent at no charge)
.50 per page for color copies
Scanning to an email address or your thumb drive is free.

Conference Rooms:
Need a place for your group to meet?  Click Conference Rooms to use our online reservation form.  We'll reach out with a confirmation once placed. Thanks!

Curbside Pick-Up:
In response to the worldwide pandemic, we began allowing patrons to pick up library items without entering the building.  We are happy to continue this service.  Please read these instructions to take advantage of this service.  Video tutorials for searching the catalog and placing holds can be found here.

Virtual Reality:
Experience this fantastic new technology with our VR equipment, provided by a grant from the Utah State Library.  Go to our Virtual Reality page to make a reservation. Once placed, please wait for a confirmation from us.

Book A Librarian:  
Need help with a specific project?  Book an hour with a librarian for one-on-one assistance.  Email

Reference Questions: 
Is there something you can't figure out or find on your own?  Let one of your friendly, neighborhood librarians have a crack at it.  Call 435-884-1670 or email with your request.