250 N. Fifth Street
Zionsville, IN 46077-0840
Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I get a Library Card?
Your Card is Your Passport
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library offers a variety of materials for use in the Library and for check-out. When borrowing materials for check-out, an Evergreen Indiana Borrowers Card is required.
Card applications are available at the Circulation Desk in the Library lobby and online.
Who’s eligible for a free Library card?
Juvenile Library cards
People who reside outside the Library District
Zionsville Community School Classroom Teacher's Library Card
This card enables the following individuals to check out library materials for classroom use:
Teachers who also reside in the Library District may apply for both a teacher's card and a personal Library card.
Teachers may send family members, aides, volunteers, other teachers, etc. to check out materials using the Teacher's Card.
Teachers and/or assignees may request extended check out periods for materials at the time of checkout. Overdue fees are not waived for these card holders.
Remember to advise the Library staff at the time of checkout that you need an extended loan period.
The extended loan period option includes:
Extensions may be obtained by calling the Circulation desk, 317-873-8340.
When the ZCS teacher applies for this special card, other card users may be designated. Be prepared to show identification showing your current residence address.
This card will expire 1 year from the issue date or be deleted from the file if the cardholder no longer works in the classroom in the Library District. The card may be renewed if the teacher or classroom assistant is still employed in the position during the subsequent school year.
Lost or Stolen Library Cards
If your card is lost or stolen, call the Circulation Department at 317-873-8340. Until this loss is reported to the Library staff, the registered card holder is responsible for fines and lost materials.
According to Library Board policy, all records relating to Library patrons, and their use of library materials and services, are confidential. Library staff members may not disclose information about a customer to a third party. Under Indiana law, minors are accorded the same confidentiality rights as adults.
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