To obtain a library card stop in the library and fill out a Patron Form.
A free library card is available to:
- Residents of Lake Park, Iowa
- Rural residents of Lake Park, Iowa
- Residents of Iowa participating in the Open Access program
- Contracting towns and cities
Print materials are due in two weeks. Print materials can be renewed for an additional two weeks if there are no holds or reservations. There is a limit of ten.
DVDs are due in one week. No renewals for 24 hours. There is a limit of five.
Library Cards for Children
Children of any age can obtain a library card. A parent or legal guardian must accompany the child to sign the application. Parents with a library card must be in good standing with the library. The parent/legal guardian understands they are to supervise the child’s use of library materials and will ultimately be responsible for the materials checked out on the card. An individual must be 18 or older to obtain a card without a signature from a parent or legal guardian.
Computers, Printing, Copying & Scanning
The Lake Park Public Library has computers available for your use. See the Computer Use Policy.
Printing and Copying
Printing and Copying are available at the library.
Pricing per copy:
- $0.20 for black and white
- $0.50 for color
Each side counts as one copy.
Scan to Email
Documents can be scanned to email for free from our copier as an alternative to faxing.
Pricing per copy
First page $0.50
$0.25 additional pages.
The Lake Park Public Library is connected to other libraries throughout the state and nation. If you would like a book we do not have in our library, we can get it from another library for you.
Interlibrary loan materials will be a charge of three dollars per item borrowed from other libraries; unless the the materials are matter for the blind and then there is no charge. We suggest a limit of three items per request due to the time restrictions.
Interlibrary loan materials are subject to the same overdue and damage policies as materials owned by the Lake Park Public Library. See the Lake Park Public Library Policy book for details.