How do I?
A wide variety of services are available to patrons of the Orange City Public Library. For more information on those services see below. Still have questions? Use the Ask a Librarian form below.
How do I get a library card?
Come to the library card with a photo ID and proof of current address. Library cards are available free to residents of Orange City, Maurice, rural Sioux County, Northwestern College students, and Iowa residents of towns participating in the Open Access program. There is no age requirement for obtaining a library card, though cards for minors must be signed by a parent or guardian. Refer to our Circulation Policy for more information.
How do I reserve a room?
Use this form to enquire about room availability. Rooms are generally available at no cost. Please see our Meeting Room Policy for more information.
How Do I Use Our Technology?
The library serves as an internet access point, with public Wi-Fi (available 24/7) and 12 public computers for public use*. Printing and copying is available at $0.15 per page for black and white and $1.00 per page for color. Faxes may be sent or received for $1.00 for the first page (sending only) and $0.50 per page thereafter. Scanning to email or data storage device is available at no cost. iPads and an X-Box One are available for use in the library.
*The library’s designated agent to receive notifications of claimed copyright infringement is Amanda Vazquez, library director. Send her an email or call 712-707-4302. This agent is also listed in DMCA Designated Agent Directory.