ILL is no longer available. However, Zip Books can be used for book requests which are funded by a California State Library grant and become part of our collection.
We have lay-person level materials in our law libraries at the Bridgeport and Mammoth Lakes Branches. Check with your library staff on how to use the books and online resources. See the Law Library section under the "Programs" tab above.
We are happy to assist you with reference questions to the degree that the information in our collection allows.
The Mono County Library System offers several types of library cards. Permanent cards are offered to residents of one year (or more) of Mono County, persons who own property, are employed by Mono County, or who have students enrolled in a Mono County school. We also offer these cards to holders of Mountain Valley area library cards. Temporary cards are offered to new residents of the county upon completion of necessary paperwork. Visitors may obtain a visitor’s card when they provide us with their home library card. Read More...
ADULT: Books, Books on Tape, Books on CD - 14 days, renewable - Overdue charge $.25 per day
ADULT: Magazines, Videos - 7 days, renewable - Overdue charge $.25 per day
ALL DVD Movies - 7 days, not renewable - Overdue charge $1.00 per day
YOUTH: Books, Books on Tape, Books on CD - 14 days, renewable - Overdue charge $.10 per day
YOUTH: Magazines - 7 days, renewable - Overdue charge $.10 per day
All branches in the Mono County Library System provide access to the internet and word processing. Research may be done at no charge. In all branches, copies made from computer-printers are $.10/page, $.05/page for Friends of the Library members.
Photocopies may be made at any Mono County Library for a fee. For current Friends of the Library members the fee is $.05/page and $.10/page for all others. Some branches offer duplex printing at $.20 per page.
Library staff can scan and email PDF documents to an email account for $1.00 per page.
The Library does not provide faxing service at any of our locations. However there are online web-based fax service providers that will take a scan or file upload and convert it into a fax delivery on your behalf. While some provide a level of free service, these are largely providers that charge fror this service. Below is a select list of online faxing resources. You can access these from your device or computer as well as public library computers or library laptops. The Library does not recommend any of these over the others, nor is it liable for your transaction with their service:
- ZDNet article on sending online faxes from an iPhone.
Typewriters are available for use at Brideport, Lee Vining, Mammoth Lakes and Benton branches at no charge.