Borrowing Rules & FAQs
Borrowing Rules & FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
All of them! (Just not all at once).
For adults, we allow up to 200 total items to be borrowed at once. For children, we have the same limit, but we like to see their eyes light up when we tell them their limit is one million!
For DVDs, there is a maximum of 15 check outs at once, five of which can be a series. For video games, there is a maximum of four check outs at once. For audiobooks on CD & MP3, there is a maximum of 8 at once.
Explore our online catalog here!
Items can be renewed three times. Most items are automatically renewed twice, unless there is a hold placed on it.
To renew more than three times, please bring the item to the library.
The Libraries are fine free for overdue items.
We encourage donations to our conscious jar to ease the guilt about keeping a book past it’s due date!
All donations to the conscience jar go to support the Sublette County Libraries Foundation.
The Sublette County Libraries do charge for any lost or damaged items. The cost of replacement depends on the item itself.
You can renew an item through our Aspen online catalog, over the phone, or by visiting us in person.
- Regular Card: These cards allow full borrowing privileges.
If you are not a Sublette County resident or property owner, you are eligible for a:
- Temporary Card: These cards have a limit of four print items (books and magazines).
- Deposit Card: With a $50 deposit, these cards allow full borrowing privileges. The $50 is returned when the cardholder has returned all checked-out materials in good condition and is ready to leave the area. If the cardholder becomes a resident, the card can be converted into a regular card and the fee will be refunded at that time.
Apply for a library card here!
You can either apply for a library card online here or in person. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Valid ID
- Local Mailing Address or Proof of Residency in Sublette County
If you lose your library card, please visit us in person and we can issue you a new one. Please bring a valid form of ID.
The Library’s eBook, eAudiobook, and digital material collection is available through the Libby app.
Libby is available on iOS and Android for smartphones and tablets. Plus, eBooks checked out on Libby can be read on Kindles and other eReaders!