choice. You can also renew your library materials online as well. We’ll be happy to show you how to place holds and renew your materials online.
Do you have email? If you like getting email, the Boulder City Library can use that service to send you all kinds of information!
If you place a lot of materials on hold or request materials to be sent to the Boulder City Library from other libraries, you are probably receiving lots of phone-calls from us. Instead, you could be receiving those notices by email. The email notices will even tell you which items are waiting for you at the library.
You can also receive email notices to remind you just before your materials are due at the library. These reminders can help you to avoid over-due fees for late materials. When you receive the notice, it is your reminder that you need to bring back the materials or give us a call to renew the materials.
In case you miss the reminder email just before your materials are due, you can also receive email reminders when you have late materials. The email reminders come much faster than the notices sent through the mail system, so your fines don’t build up so quickly.
All of these email notices are generated by the computer system and require little, if any, actual staff time to produce and send. If you would like to receive these notices via email, rather than by telephone or paper notices through the mail, all you have to do is let us know. When you are in the Boulder City Library, stop by the Circulation Desk, and make sure we have your current email address and tell us that you would like to receive notices by email.
Contact the library at their website: bclibrary.org or by phone at 293-1281. The library is located at 701 Adams Boulevard.
The library is open 9-8:30 Monday to Thursday, 9-5 on Fridays, 11-4 Saturdays and closed Sundays.