Items not returned within 21 days of the due date will be considered lost, and the full cost of the item will be charged to the patron’s account.Click here for more information PPLD's Artist in Residence for September and October 2016 was Deb Bartos, an oil painter who loves exploring the natural world and teaching students about color.VRS allows people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired to communicate using American Sign Language through video equipment. Videophones are now available at the East Library and Library 21c.VRS-equipped laptops are available at the following PPLD locations: Cheyenne Mountain, High Prairie, Manitou Springs, Monument, Old Colorado City, Ruth Holley, and Sand Creek libraries. 9, 2017, PPLD will no longer charge fines on overdue children and teen items.
Each backpack, which checks out for one week, includes: PPLD now has Sorenson videophones and Video Relay Service-equipped laptops available for patron use.
The winner, Sarah Pottenger, is also published in the November 21, 2013 edition of the Westside Pioneer.
Enjoy reading her essay along with our runners-up, Andrea Corley and Victor Shepard.
Items that will not accrue overdue fines must be designated as “juvenile” or “teen” in the Library catalog.
The policy will take effect for any items checked out January 9 or after. Overdue notices will still be sent as reminders to return Library items.