Standard operating hours are Monday through Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cell phones are prohibited in the library. If you need to take or make a phone call, you may use the library lobby area, one of our three outside decks, or the café located outside of the Children's department.
No – Patrons must bring their own supplies with them to the library.
Yes, it is located in the Computer Center and is free of charge to use.
Yes, we have a copier located in the Children's Department and Computer Center. The cost is .15 cents per page, Color Copies $1.00 per page
Yes, we have two. One is located in the Computer Center and the Children's department. The cost is .15 cents per page, color is $1.00 per page.
Food and drinks are only allowed in the café located outside of the Children's department and strictly prohibited in all other areas of the library.
Yes. The fax machine is located at the Circulation desk and the cost is $2.00 for the first page, and $1.00 for each additional page.
No – there is a strict policy regarding unattended children in the library. Children under the age of 12 years MUST be accompanied by an adult in all areas of the library at all times.
Yes, we have study rooms located in the Adult Services Department and the Computer Center. They are reserved on a first come first serve basis. To reserve a study room, you must present your valid PINES card (current with no outstanding fines) at the Adult Services or Computer Center desk.
The meeting room can be rented out by the day for functions that are free and open to the public. The meeting room cannot be used for private functions, fundraising, campaigning, or for selling goods or services. For more information about scheduling the meeting room contact the library Extension Services at #770-388-5040 ext. 109 or email: Meeting room applications are also accepted via fax at 770-388-5043. Maximum occupancy is 360 persons.
We cannot tell you what your PIN number is, but we can reset it for you. Present your card at the circulation desk and ask to have your PIN reset. Patrons may also request a password reset by phone by calling our Circulation Department @ 770-388-5040. The patron must be able to provide the library staff person with the barcode number, full name, date of birth, and either address or phone number. If your account has an email address attached to it, you may reset your PIN online. Go to “My Account” ( and under the “Login” button, click “Forgot your password?”. You must enter either your username or your barcode (your library card number without any spaces) and click “Submit”. Your reset PIN will be emailed to you.
Yes, using your phone install the PrinterOn app available in the App Store and on Google Play. Select your location by zip code and upload your documents. For desktop printing, visit the library website click the mobile print link, and follow the prompts.