You can print using the computers inside all Lexington Public Library locations. Printing charges of $0.15/page (black and white) and $0.50/page (color) apply.
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All Lexington Public Library locations provide self-service copying, scanning, and faxing. Scanned documents can be saved to a USB drive or emailed. Please note: We can only send faxes; we cannot receive them. Copying charges of $0.15/page (black and white) and $0.50/page (color) apply. There is no charge for scanning or faxing.
To access your loan history, log into your account and click the Loan History link in the Account menu. If you would like to deactivate this feature, log into your account and uncheck the Save my loan history box in the Opt-In & Notifications area. Activating (or reactivating) your loan history will only track... more info
The Lexington Public Library Parking Garage is accessible from both Main and Vine Streets, and the Library provides two hours of validated parking. Attendees should have their Lexington Public Library Parking Garage tickets validated at the first floor service desk. Groups wishing to pre-pay for attendee parking beyond the two hours can make arrangements at the time of reservation.
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Only self adhesive 3M flip chart sheets are allowed to be attached to the walls. You may not use thumbtacks, tape, or other adhesives to attach visual aids to meeting room walls.
No. All meetings must be held during regular operating hours. If you are interested in holding an event or function after hours, the Farish Theater may be able to accommodate your event.
No. Celebratory events are prohibited in the library.
Yes, customers may bring in certain kinds of food and covered beverages. Here are some guidelines for the types of food that are allowed in meeting rooms. If you have questions, call us at (859) 231-5504 or (859) 231-5501.
Examples of allowable food and beverages:
(This is not a comprehensive list.)
- Prepacked snacks such as granola bars, chips, and cookies
- donuts and pastries
- canned soft drinks
- coffee in cardboard packaging or insulated carafe
- trays of meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables
- box lunches
- delivery pizza... more info
No, there is no charge for meeting room use.
No. All meetings held in Library conference rooms must be free and the sale of goods and services are prohibited. If you are interested in holding a program that requires an entrance fee, or you wish to be able to sell products, the Farish Theater may be able to accommodate your event.
Online reservations can be made a minimum of 72 hours in advance. If your meeting is within 72 hours, call (859) 231-5504 or (859) 231-5501.
The meeting room procedure also limits how far in advance you may use the meeting room. If you are attempting to reserve a room for a day more than 90 days in the future, the system will not allow you to reserve time on those days.
Yes. Individuals and groups can reserve meeting rooms in advance for studying. Beaumont, Eastside, Northside, and Tates Creek branches have have small study rooms that are available for 2 hours on a first come, first serve basis. They may not be reserved in advance.
Reservations are accepted inside a 90-day window.
You may use Library meeting rooms 6 times per year, per location. For example, you may have six meetings at the Northside Branch, another six meetings at the Central Library, etc.
Library meeting rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis. Non-profit, for profit, and community organizations may reserve rooms up to 90 days in advance. Individuals wishing to have a private meeting may not reserve rooms in advance, but can use space as a walk in.
Reservations can be made through the Library’s website a minimum of 72 hours in advance of the meeting. Use of the room will be confirmed when official confirmation is received by the meeting organizer. Confirmation will be sent to the meeting organizer within 24 hours of receipt or on the next business day... more info
The Lexington Public Library accepts recommendations for additions to our collection. All requests will be reviewed and evaluated based on the library's selection criteria. If the requested material meets the library's needs and criteria, the item will be purchased as funding allows.You can find more information about submitting requests here.
If you have an account but need us to look up your library card number and/or PIN, please email us. We can assist you most quickly if you include your date of birth in your message.
If you don't have an account, we offer a digital library card to access our ebook and eaudiobook collections immediately. You must have a mobile phone number with a Fayette County billing address to complete the authentication process. Please ... more info
You can continue to check out items until the balance on your account exceeds $25.00.
Lexington Public Library materials can be returned to any of our locations.
If you cannot successfully log into your online account, remember:
- When typing in your library card number, use only the 13 numbers and no surrounding letters.
- If you are unsure of your PIN, the default is the last four digits of the telephone number associated with your account.
- If your EZ Login isn't working, try logging in with your library card number and PIN. After you've logged in successfully, you can reset your EZ Username and EZ Password on the Account Summary screen.
All Lexington Public Library locations have outside book drops for returning items at your convenience. No late fees will be assessed for items returned in the book drop before opening on the day following the due date.
Borrowing Library materials is free with your library card.