Fulton Public Library has a variety of materials for you to borrow with your library card.
|Able to Renew Item?
|“New” Items & Audio books
|No for “New,” Yes – 1 time for Audio books
|Books & Other Materials
|Yes – 1 time
|Hotspots and Chromebooks
|Museum and other passes
A library patron may borrow a maximum of 20 items; patrons may also request holds on a maximum of 10 items. For video’s (DVD’s) a library patron may borrow a maximum of 4 items at a time. Please return DVD’s, hotspots and Chromebooks to the circulation desk in the lobby. A book drop is available adjacent the front door of the library as well as on the shed next to the library parking lot.
Fees, Overdues, and Suspension of Privileges:
We are a FINE FREE library. That means you will not accrue fees for overdue items. You will still accrue fines for items that are lost or destroyed or fines for items borrowed from libraries that still charge late fees. Having overdue items will limit a patron’s borrowing ability by preventing new holds and checkouts. Call the library to resolve any account issues at 315-592-5159.
A Fulton Public Library card may be issued to anyone who lives, works, studies, owns property, or pays taxes in the State of New York. Address verification requires a picture identification document, and a piece of recent mail, such as utility or telephone bill. Consent by a parent or guardian is required for children under the age of 13. The parent or guardian is financially responsible for the safe, timely return of all items borrowed.
New patron cards have an initial 3 month trial period for loan privileges.
The privileges include:
- 3 items limit to check out
- 3 holds
- 1 overdue item
After the initial 3 month period, library cards are renewable for one year of card life and full loan privileges.
Patrons are responsible for all materials borrowed on their card. Parents and guardians of minors are responsible for materials borrowed on their children’s cards. Change of address or a lost or stolen card should be reported to the library immediately. Materials borrowed on an unreported lost or stolen card remain the responsibility of the cardholder.
All user records are confidential. Each user’s right to privacy and unrestricted access is reaffirmed by the American Library Association’s Bill of Rights and New York State Law, Article 45, Section 4509 on confidentiality. Information on the status of any card is available upon request to the cardholder. Parents and legal guardians may request information about a child’s library records only if the child is present and consents to the release, or if the child is not present but provides dated written consent.