Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the library!
1. All potential Volunteers must complete a Volunteer Application  form prior to being allowed to volunteer at the library. The library reserves the right to deny volunteer service to any person.
2. Volunteers will be subject to a background and/or reference check. Volunteers fulfilling the obligations of court-ordered community service (including Teen Court) must divulge the offense for which they are performing community service. That information will be kept confidential.
3. Volunteers may be asked to submit additional references or provide verification of community service requirements via official channels.
4. The library will contact approved volunteers to set up orientation and a work schedule.
5. The library may inform a volunteer at any time and for any reason that the volunteer may no longer volunteer at the library. The library need not specify a reason.
6. Volunteers must:
* Not distract others by excessive talking, being loud, rowdy, or other inappropriate behavior.
* Perform assigned tasks as requested.
* Show up for assigned hours—please remember that we are counting on you.
* Perform tasks correctly—please ask if you have questions or concerns.
Community Service Volunteers
As of February 1, 2006, anyone who wants to volunteer at the library to work off library fines or for Community Service hours must be under 17 years old. The Volunteer Application form must include a parent or guardian signature.
1. High school students who need community service hours to graduate (and are 17 or 18) may volunteer.
2. High school students referred by Teen Court to work community service hours, provided the violation is NOT in any way related to harm against children or theft, may work with approval of the Circulation Services Manager. This must be indicated on the application form.
3. Any other person approved by the Circulation Services Manager, after a background check and/or references are verified.