There are lots of ways to contact your library, depending on what you want to do or find out.
You can find lots of information about your local library including contact details and the services offered.
Join the library
You can visit any North Yorkshire library to join in person. It is free, and you do not need any ID. Children of any age can join and do not need parental permission or a parent present. You can also join online.
After registering, you will be sent an email confirming your membership.
Accessing your library account
You will need your library card number and personal identification number to access your library account.
There are several ways of requesting items, including books, periodicals, audiobooks, CDs, DVDs and language courses. We will send them to be collected from a library of your choice. Once an item is available, you will be notified by email or letter.
You can request items online through the library catalogue. You will need your library card number and personal identification number.
There is a small charge for requesting books. Books that are not in stock can be requested through the inter-library loans scheme, which carries a further charge. There is no charge for requesting audiobooks, CDs, DVDs and language courses, but hire charges still apply when the item is collected.
You can find out about the full list of charges.
Renewing books and other items
You can also renew items by calling the automated number 01609 532774 and entering your library card number and personal identification number.
Booking a computer
You will need your library card and personal identification number.