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Items may be returned inside the library at the circulation desk or outside the library in the book drops.

Items returned inside the library should be placed in the circulation desk's book drop or given to a staff member. Please do not leave materials on the desk.

Materials may be dropped off 24 hours a day in the book drops. The drops are located on a corner on the McDonald's side of the Learning Center. There are two bins.  There is one for books and another for videos & audio books. Compact discs (CDs) e-readers or anything with a "Please Return Inside The Library" sticker are too fragile to be placed in the outside bins and must be returned inside.  An item drop is also located by the staff door to the right of the parking lot main door entrance.

In the event that the bins are full (as sometimes happens during holidays), do not force your items into them. Wait until the library is open and return your items inside.

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