Adult Library Application
Library Card Registration requires a photo ID and proof of current address. Patrons must also agree to the Computer Use Agreement as stated below:
Computer Use Agreement
Patrons must agree to the entire computer policy before being allowed to log on to a computer. Pornography and other objectionable websites or illegal sites as stated in the policy are not allowed and may cause a patron to be banned.
Any activity that can damage or change the computer or its contents will result in being banned from using
Patrons MUST have card to use a computer. Anyone caught using another patron’s card to log onto the computers, will be asked to relinquish the card and leave the computer.
If there are fines and fees owed on the card account, the matter must be resolved before a computer
can be logged onto.
Patrons are allowed up to three hours a day on computers that is tracked by the EnvisionWare software.
PRIORITY is given to students doing class assignments, especially between the hours of 3:00 and closing. Priority is also given to job applicants.
All print copies must be paid for. Ask for assistance if you are unsure of what is being printed.
Minors(17 years of age and younger)
Parent/Guardian Must Complete the Application. Registration Requires a Photo ID and Proof of
Current Address for Adult.
Patrons 17 and younger are restricted to checking out Books and magazines only. The Library does not restrict checkouts based on material content.
Parents/Guardians should supervise content.
Parents/ Guardians must Give Permission for juvenile to use the Computers
and access the internet.
A CHILD INTERNET SAFETY POLICY AND PERMISSION FORM must be signed by parent/guardian and attached to the library card application.
Parents/Guardians signing for Patrons aged 17 and younger are agreeing that the minor will abide by the Library's Rules and Policies. A Complete Policy is available for Review.
Child Internet Safety Policy Permission Form
Parents/Guardians must read and agree to abide by the policy before allowing their child, who must have a Library Card to use SMRL computers and to access the Internet.
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) is a federal law enacted by Congress to address concerns about access to offensive content over the Internet on school and library computers. Schools and libraries subject to CIPA may not receive the discounts offered by the E-rate program unless they certify that they have an Internet safety policy that includes technology protection measures that block or filter Internet access to sites that (a) are obscene; (b) contain child pornography; or (c) are harmful to minors under age 17 (for computers that are accessed by minors). SMRL complies with CIPA: all Internet connected computers and the wireless connection are filtered. However, because filters may not catch and block all objectionable sites, parents/guardians are strongly urged to instruct their minor children on the hazards of using the Internet.