Select from the list of patron services below to learn more.
Curbside Pick-Up Service at the Scott County Public Library!
Library staff are committed to providing everyone with safe access to library materials. If you don’t feel comfortable coming inside the building, we offer curbside pick-up service. You may place selected items on hold through the online catalog available on our website —OR—call the library directly and a staff member will assist you. You will receive a phone call when the requested items are available. At that time you can tell us whether you will come inside the building to pick them up, or you prefer to schedule a pick-up time and date.
Let us help you keep your mind active through reading, listening, and viewing a wide variety of library materials!
Scott County Public Library Now Offering Porch Delivery Service!
Are you unable to get to the library safely? The Scott County Public Library Outreach Services Department is excited to announce their new Porch Delivery Service. Patrons who are unable to visit the library due to age, illness, injury, or hospital recoveries can now have library materials such as books, audiobooks, CDs, & DVDs delivered to their homes.
SCPL Outreach Manager, Mercedes shares, “We understand that those designated as vulnerable populations by the CDC or those who are caretakers to vulnerable individuals, have a more difficult time getting to the library. Our Porch Delivery Service is contactless and our staff wear gloves and masks when delivering items to your front door.”
If you require additional information about this service, please email the Outreach Services manager at: Mercedes@scottpublib.org
At this time, the One-on-One training is done virtually on-line using Zoom Meeting. Please call the Scott County Public Library (502-863-3566) to set up an appointment.
Meet with a staff member for a one-on-one appointment. Appointments may include technology assistance, resume help, and exam proctoring.
Click here For more information or Book an appointment.
The notary service is by appointment only at this time. Please call the Scott County Public Library (502-863-3566) to confirm availability. Please have your documents completed, but do not sign until the notary is present. The library will not provide witnesses, and witnesses may not be solicited from patrons using the library. A witness must personally have known the signer prior to the notarization. Photo identification for all signers and witnesses is required. The following types of photo ID are acceptable if they are not expired:
- Valid driver’s license or identification card issued by a U.S. state United States passport
- Other U.S. government-issued identification card that includes a picture and the signature of the person.
All signers must be present at the time of the notarization.
At this time, the Recording Studio is closed to the public.
The Recording Studio provides Scott County Public Library patrons access to audio and video recording equipment and software. A library card is required to use the Recording Studio.
At this time, Exam Proctoring has been suspended until further notice.
As a public service and to support the goal of lifelong learning, the Scott County Public Library provides free exam proctoring, subject to availability of personnel, facility, and technology.
The library has a copier in the Technology Hub area that makes black/white and color copies. The charges for copies are:
Single-side, black and white — $0.10
Double-side, black and white — $0.20
Single-side, color — $0.50
Double-side, color — $1.00
Scans documents to email — Free service
Currently, the library has limited computers available to the public and 30 minutes of computer time due to the COVID-19 Mandate.
The library has 25 PC-based computers and 8 Unix-based computers (iMacs) in the Technology Hub area for patrons to use. The library also has 5 laptops for checkout within the library on a first come, first serve basis. To learn more, click here.
Print wirelessly from all mobile devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones. Submit print jobs from home or in the library.
To learn more about library's computers and printing, click here
At this time, the use of the 3D Printer to the public is suspended until further notice due to Covid-19.
3D printing is available at the Scott County Public Library at a price of $0.10 per gram of material used, rounded up to the nearest gram.
- Printing is available on a first come, first served basis and is done by Library staff.
- Priority printing is given to Library programs and events.
- Persons wanting to print should bring their file on a USB flash drive to the Library during open hours. Staff will add the model to the printing queue.
- File must be submitted in. STL format. Object must be smaller than 10″ x 10″ x 10″
- Due to the popularity of the printer, we can only print items that require less than 6 hours printing time.
- Only one print request at a time will be accepted. (Print job must be picked up before submitting another print request.)
- Patrons will be notified by email or phone when print job is finished. All files will be deleted at that time. The Library recognizes that an original design is the property of the designer and designs will not be duplicated for others.
- Items printed from Library 3D printers that are not picked up within 7 days will become property of the Library. Items must be picked up by the individual who printed them.
The Library’s 3D printers may be used for lawful purposes only. The public will not be permitted to use the Library’s 3D printers to create material that are:
Prohibited by local, state or federal law.
Obscene or otherwise inappropriate for the Library environment.
In violation of another’s intellectual property rights. For example, the printers will not be used to reproduce material that is subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection.
The Library reserves the right to refuse any 3D print request.
Business card pouch – $0.50
8×10 pouch – $1.00
Large jobs – $2.00 per square foot
Can I laminate my Social Security card? Do not laminate your card. Lamination prevents detection of many security features. You may cover the card with plastic or other removable materials if it does not damage the card.