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First, consider whether or not one of the Library’s remote services can assist you. Staff are available to assist you by phone and email. And we encourage you to continue to borrow from our extensive ebook/eaudio collections, available 24/7. All items for dropoff or pickup will continue to be handled at the drive-thru Service Window only.  If you are visiting, please take into

Is wifi available?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 24, 2020

The Library is pleased to offer a robust wifi at the new UDPL, available both throughout the building and from the plaza and parking spaces in front of the main entrance. Network: UDPL_Guest.

How do I get the latest library news?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 6, 2020

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How do I get a library card?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 6, 2020

Your library card is more important than ever. You may register for and receive a library card on your next visit or by applying here. For online applications, you will be contacted by a staff member when your library card is ready for pickup. Alternatively, you can request that your card be mailed to you.

We know this has been and continues to be a stressful and frustrating time for everyone. We realize you have a lot on your plate, and the last thing we want you to be worrying about are overdue fines. We also realize that, due to the measures we are taking to make using the library safe, such

The Book Drop is now open from dawn to dusk at the new library at 520 Virginia Drive, Ft. Washington. The Book Drop is located on the back wall which allows the items to be returned directly into the building! Please Note: All returned items will remain on accounts for at least 72 hours as they are being quarantined before

What are the library’s hours?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 6, 2020

Monday 12 – 5 pm Tuesday 12 – 7 pm Wednesday 12 – 7 pm Thursday 12 – 5 pm Friday 12 – 5 pm Saturday 10 am – 5 pm Sunday CLOSED

Is the Library open?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 6, 2020

Yes! You’re invited to come inside the Library to browse and borrow from the collections. Some seating/tables are available for public use. A limited number of computers are available for use (1/2 hour minimum; may be extended in 15-minute increments if no one is waiting).   As we loosen restrictions and receive more visitors, it’s even more important that

How can I reach a library staff member?

  • Molly Kane
  • Nov. 6, 2020

Find the latest contact information and hours here.

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