USING THE LIBRARY
To obtain a library card visit the Circulation Desk, our staff can assist you with the card application process, as well as checking out and returning materials. Please provide ID and proof of address (in the Greenport or Oysterponds School Districts) when applying for a card at the Circulation Desk. Registrations are renewed every three years with proof of street address.
Guest cards are provided for the convenience of regular cardholders to be used at Floyd Memorial Library only.
Temporary non-resident cards are issued for a period of one year.
All visitors are welcome to use of our materials, programs and facilities.
You can establish a personal library account which will allow you to keep track of what you have borrowed, what is currently checked out to your card, and what hold requests you have pending. You can place your own requests and renew items.
New Adult Books:
Fiction – 7 or 14 days
Nonfiction – 14 days
Books, Periodicals & Audio:
Adult, Teen, & Children’s books – 14 days
Periodicals – 14 days
Music, CDs & Audio Books – 14 days
DVD’s & Video Games:
New Entertainment DVDs – 2 days
Entertainment DVDs – 7 days
Informational DVDs – 14 days
Video Games – 7 days
Museum Passes – 7 days
Harbes Family Fun Pass – 3 days
Back Issues of Periodicals – 14 days
DVD/Blu-Ray Player – 3 days
Hotspots – 21 days
Lendable Laptops & Tablets – 21 days
Seed Packets – 4 per month
You may renew all library materials by phone or online, with the exception of DVD’s and items with reserves.
We do not assess overdue fines. However, we will not loan any materials until overdue items (that are not renewable) are returned.
The Floyd Memorial Library has computer stations available for adults, teens and children.
Patrons can request the use of a laptop by visiting the Circulation Desk. To borrow a laptop patrons must trade in a library card, driver’s license or another form of acceptable ID determined by the staff at the Circulation Desk.
Floyd Memorial Library provides access to the Internet to help Greenport, East Marion and Orient residents of all ages receive answers to their questions and to provide easy access to resources for personal enjoyment and learning.
The Internet is an unregulated medium. Not all sources on the Internet provide information that is current, accurate, or complete. Some of the material on the Internet may be objectionable. You may see things on the Internet that you do not wish to see or wish your children to view. Floyd Memorial Library is unable to control or monitor the content of the materials on the Internet, some of which changes quickly and without warning.