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Are there currently any job openings at the Library?

Check the City of Roseville jobs page under Human Resources for the most current list of positions.

You may also apply to volunteer at the library here.  We are always looking for talented and motivated volunteers.
Can I donate materials to the library?

All material donations are handled through the Friends of the Roseville Public Library.  There are donation bins at each library location.

If you are interested in making a monetary donation to the Roseville Public LIbrary, please visit our "Support your library" page.
Can I pay library fines online?
At this time, we are unable to accept payment for library fines online. We hope to have this service available again soon.
Can I send someone else to pick up my holds for me?
Yes.  He or she must have your card to check out.
Do you have tax forms?

The library offers basic Federal and State of California tax forms for the current filing year as they become available from the IRS and State of California.

We can help you locate the forms you need online and are able to print them at each library at $0.20/pg in black and white. 

You may also visit our subject guide for much more information and helpful websites.
Does the library have free WiFi or free computers the public can use?
Yes, the library offers free WiFi at all three locations.  You will be prompted to log in when you open your internet browser.  Enter your email address  and then agree to our Computer and Internet Use policy to proceed. 

The library has public computers with Internet access, word processing, and spreadsheet/ presentation software for adults and children at both locations.  Reservations are available, and must be made in person.  Use is free.   Printing charges are: black & white $0.20/page and color $0.50/page.
Does the library have meeting rooms for rent to the public?

Yes, the library does rent meeting rooms to the public.  Look at the Room Rentals page for more information.
How can I get a Roseville Public Library card and who is eligible?
A Roseville Public Library card is free to any California resident with appropriate ID. You do not need to be a Roseville resident to obtain a library card. A Roseville Public Library (RPL) card is required if you wish to use public computers or borrow any materials from the library. Click here for more information and for an application you can print and bring to the library with you.

To apply, visit any of our three locations. Bring a valid photo ID and proof of current address. A current California driver’s license, passport, student, State or military ID is suitable. If the address on your license is not correct, bring a current utility bill, pre-printed checks, DMV update card, rental agreement or credit card bill. Parents or legal guardians may apply for separate individual cards for children under 18 years of age, and must be present to sign their applications and show parent/guardian’s valid photo ID and proof of address. Cards are issued and may be used immediately.
How do I access my account to see what materials I have checked out, renew my materials, place holds, or update my information?
Access your account here.  Enter your username or library card number and password.  Your password may be the last six numbers of your library card or your four-digit PIN created prior to January 1, 2013.

Click on the tabs on the left side of the screen to see a summary of the materials you have checked out, update your personal information, and view your reading history.  You can also change your password by clicking the "change my password" tab.

You can renew materials from the summary tab in your account or by calling us at (916) 774-5221, Monday - Friday during open library hours.  There are up to four renewals allowed on most items if no one else is on the waiting list.
How do I join the Friends of the Roseville Library or the Roseville Library Foundation?
Please visit each organization's website for more information to join their groups.

Friends of the Roseville Public Library  http://www.rosevillefriendsofthelibrary.org/

Roseville Library Foundation http://rosevillelibraryfoundation.org/
How much are overdue fines? What are your policies for lost or damaged items? How many items can I check out?
Please visit our policies page for details about overdue fines and other circulation policies. 

Your are responsible for every item you check out.  If you have lost an item, you will be charged a replacement cost.  Please contact us for the cost and payment procedure.

If an item can no longer be circulated due to damage, you will be charged for the item. You will not be held responsible for normal wear and tear.
 
You may check out up to 50 items, including 12 DVD's, 24 audiobooks and CD's and one eTool per card.
If you don't have the book I want, can you get it for me?

Our Interlibrary Loan Service, also known as I.L.L., is available for hard-to-locate items, long distance loans, or if you are unable to travel to a neighboring library.  There is no charge to request an ILL, however postage fees up to $5.00 may apply.  ILL's can take several weeks to be received.  If you are in a hurry, neighboring libraries in Placer or Sacramento County may have the item that you would like to borrow directly, however they will require you to get a library card in their system.
What is my username and password?
Your username is your library barcode number, unless you chose a special username when you created your account. If you would like to create a unique username, come into any library branch with photo ID.

The library no longer has access to view your password. Returning customers 4-digit PIN will remain your password until you change it by logging into our system at www.library.roseville.ca.us. The library can reset your password to the last 6 digits of your library barcode number. We encourage you to update your password to ensure your privacy. Call us at (916) 774-5221 or come into your local Roseville Library branch to have your password reset.

When and where are your storytimes for children?

There are regular storytimes available for toddlers and for preschoolers at our libraries.  Check the Kids' Place for dates and times. 
Where do I return the materials I checked out?
You can return any materials checked out at the Roseville Public Libraries to any one of our three locations. All three libraries have bookdrop slots for returns 24 hours a day. 
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