Did you know that you can pay your library extended use fees via the Internet? The Library District offers library patrons the ease, convenience and security of online payments for library extended use fees.
To use the online payment option, log into My Account and follow the on-screen directions. The Library accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Ecommerce transactions at the Library are secured through 256-bit encryption (typical of most ecommerce sites on the web). By statute and culture, the Library protects the confidentiality of all customer information, including electronic transactions.
Please note: A successful transaction will immediately update the balance in your library account. When you close this receipt window, the screen with your library account information may still show your fees as unpaid. The correct and updated information will be displayed if you:
Currently the Library accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover - or debit cards with the Visa, MasterCard, or Discover logo.
No. We do not charge any additional transaction fee at this time.
If you have multiple fees on your account you can choose to select specific charges rather than the entire sum; however, you may not pay a portion of any one fee.
The Library District is using an SSL certificate for all online transactions. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. This is a method of encryption which encodes data sent over the World Wide Web, designed to allow only the intended recipients to receive the information in readable form. The library uses SSL when you log in to your library account. Most Web browsers will show a small padlock image at the bottom of the screen to indicate you are using a secure site.
Our encryption is provided by VeriSign. VeriSign is a well-respected expert in the field of secure online transactions.