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Cards are issued to patrons on an individual basis, and use is limited to the cardholder. Parents are permitted to check out books on their child’s card, as they are responsible for materials borrowed.
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You can obtain your library card at any time by visiting the library and speaking to a staff member. However, if you are under 16 years of age, you must apply with your parent or legal guardian, and they must have the required documents.
Please report a lost card to the Library’s Circulation Desk as soon as possible. You will need to present photo identification in order for a new card to be issued. Replacement cards are subject to a charge of $2
The Hialeah Library Division serves a patron base of more than 82,319. Due to heavy demand for materials, patrons are limited to two books on the same subject, author, or two of the same type of materials. For example, you may take out only two videos at one time, or two books on fly fishing in Florida.
For more information, check out our borrowing restrictions.
Most often, the librarians first see school reading lists when children and their parents arrive at the Library to look for the books. To verify if the library has the titles on the list, please search the online catalog.
There are three study rooms on the first floor. The study rooms can be reserved for 1 hour or more depending on availability. Please see reference staff to reserve these rooms.
The second floor offers study tables away from high use areas.
Yes. Computer use is subject to availability and restrictions at library locations.
Yes. Color Printing is available at all branch libraries for $0.50 per page.
The library tries to safeguard its holdings by limiting damage to its materials. While eating or drinking (even bottled water), accidents may occur to materials of our circulating and reference collections. Also, crumbs and sugars from drinks attract pest infestations, which cause irreparable damage to the collection.