Library Card Registration Form [Download Form]
To obtain a Minuteman Library Card from us, please download the form, fill it out and bring it to the Circulation Desk with your valid ID. You must bring proof of current address if your address does not match your picture ID. Children may obtain a library card when they are able to write their first and last name on the form and on their library card. The child's parent or legal guardian must be present with the child, provide a valid ID and sign the form.
4 weeks —Most adult and children's books, audio books.
2 weeks — New adult books, Speed Read, DVDs, music CDs, children's holiday books and children's kits.
1 week — Periodicals.
1 day — Museum passes.
Fines and Charges
Fines are charged as follows for all library materials
which are returned overdue:
Adult items — $ .20/day ($5.00 maximum)
Children's items — $ .20/day ($2.00 maximum)
Printing — $ .15/page
Copy machines — $ .15/page
DVDs/Videos — $1.00/day ($5.00 maximum)
Museum passes — $10.00/day ($20.00 maximum)
Speed read — $ .25/day
Lost/damaged items — Replacement cost - If the item is found, a refund minus any overdue fines will be made up to sixty days from the date of payment. Proof of payment is required for a refund. Please retain receipts received when payment is made at the library or print and retain the receipt when payment is made online by credit/debit card.
Items should be returned at the Circulation Desk. Outside book drops are also located at the Sudbury Road entrance for returns when the library is closed. Book drops are emptied one hour before closing. Items placed in drops after that time will be checked in the next business day, and may be subject to an overdue charge. Book-Drops are also available at the Fowler Branch and at the West Concord Train Station parking lot.
Books with a 4 week loan may be renewed twice. New books, all audio items, juvenile kits, DVDs and periodicals may be renewed once. Restrictions may apply. All other items are not renewable. Renewals may be made in person, via online catalog (with a PIN) or by telephone.
Direct to you:
Home Delivery Service
Direct To You delivery service is designed to help Concord residents who are temporarily or permanently homebound.
The Library will deliver materials to you according to your individual requests.
You can select books (including large print books), audio-books, music CDs or DVDs.
For your initial deliveries you will be contacted by a librarian assigned to work with you. The librarian will discuss your choices with you and prepare the first deliveries.
If you or someone you know could benefit from this new service, please call the main library at 978-318-3301 and ask for a Direct To You home delivery representative.