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Each library in the Cooperative issues their own card. However, that card will be honored at all six libraries and the Library Spot Lending Machine in Baker. Your card provides access to downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks, and online learning courses and research sites.
You will need to provide forms of identification for eligibility.
We do have online registration.
A parent or guardian must sign if the applicant is 16 or under. The parent or guardian is responsible for any items checked out by a minor. Parents are responsible for monitoring their children's use of library resources. For more information, contact us at 850-279-6436, ext. 1500.
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There are six Okaloosa County libraries and one vending machine. For more information, visit our locations page or contact us at 850-279-6436 ext 1500.
You may access your account online by going to the OCPLC website and clicking on "My Account." You will need the barcode number on the back of your library card and a PIN to log in. You will use the default PIN "CHANGEME" if you have not previously set up a PIN. If you have any problems, please call 850-279-6436, ext. 1500.
Each patron may check out up to 15 items (limit three video games).
All items are checked out for a period of two weeks.
Video games may be renewed once. All other items may be renewed up to two times. If an item is on hold for another patron, it cannot be renewed.
For more information, contact us at 850-279-6436, ext. 1500.
You can renew items online by going to the OCPLC website and clicking "My Account." Enter your library card number and your PIN.
Be aware that items which have already been renewed may not be available for additional renewals. In addition, items on hold for another patron cannot be renewed.
The library gives a one-day grace period. Fines are $0.10 per day excluding the days the library is closed. Contact us at 850-279-6436, ext. 1500 for further questions.
A PIN is a personal identification code that you create to access your library account online.
If you have not yet created a PIN: type in your barcode number (no spaces) and use "CHANGEME" as your default PIN.
You can then create your own PIN (must be 10 characters or less) by selecting "My Account" and "Change Pin."
If you do not remember your PIN, please call us. You will need to have your library card number for verification, or come to the Library with your library card or valid photo ID.
Items checked out from the Niceville Public Library may be returned to any OCPLC member library. Book drops are located at all locations as a convenience for patrons to return materials. In addition, the Library Spot Lending Machine also has a book drop available. The Niceville Library is not responsible for items left in book drops.
Over the course of being a Niceville Library user, you may end up damaging or losing library material. We understand that accidents happen to all of us. If you lose or damage an item owned by our library, we would prefer that you purchase an item identical to the one you are replacing and bring it to us for processing. You could also choose to pay for the item. Please call the library at 850-279-6436 ext. 1500 or visit the front desk to report the item lost or damaged. If you find an item that you have already paid the replacement cost for, you may receive a refund, minus a processing fee.
There are a few situations where your library card will no longer be able to place holds, check out items, use the online resource databases, or other functions. To find out the specific reason your card may not be working, please contact the Library at 850-279-6436 ext. 1500 or ext. 1504. You can also email us or visit our library.
Possible causes for your card not working:
Computers with internet access and word processing capabilities are available to the public. Adults with a library card from an OCPLC member library can log in to a computer using their card number. Adults without a library card must show picture ID at the Circulation Desk each visit to be signed on with a guest pass. Anyone under age 16 must have a parent or guardian sign an Internet Permission card at the Circulation Desk. Filtered internet computers and computers equipped with educational games and programs are available in the Youth Services area.
Yes. For further information you can contact us at 850-279-6436, ext. 1500.
If you have lost your library card, please contact our library right away. You can call us 850-279-6436 ext. 1500 or come to our Circulation Desk for assistance. You are responsible for all materials checked out on your library card, so please treat it as you would a credit card. Once the lost card has been cancelled, a new card may be obtained with photo ID. In addition, if you lose your card twice there will be a $5 replacement fee.
There are monthly children's programs offered at our library. For more information visit the Youth Services programs page, see our calendar of events, or contact Youth Services at 850-279-6436 ext. 1514.
We have two study rooms available with a computer in each. There is also small conference room available that will accommodate 8 people. To reserve one of the rooms, please call 850-279-6436 ext. 1500. Reservations are limited to two hours and can be scheduled no more than two weeks in advance. You may also check at the Circulation Desk for availability.
The Niceville Public Library provides exam-proctoring services in support of lifelong learning goals. This service is provided as a courtesy to patrons and is subject to the availability of staff to administer the examination. The Niceville Public Library may refer students to other institutions that provide proctoring service when conditions cannot be met or a library staff member is not available to provide this service.
The Niceville Public Library has display spaces available for individuals and organizations to display their art, crafts or collections. If you are interested in providing a display, please fill out the Art Display Application and return it to the Reference Desk.