The library regularly updates its public service policies. These files can be viewed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader:
- Service Policy
- Appendix A: Video Policy
- Appendix B: Computer Use Policy
- Appendix C: Chronic Abuse Policy
- Appendix D: Request for Reconsideration of Library Materials Form
- Appendix E: Confidentiality of Library Records Policy
- Appendix F: Unattended Child Policy
- Appendix G: Purchasing Policy
- Appendix H: Investment Policy
- Appendix L: Meeting Room Policy
The Danville-Center Township Public Library meeting rooms may be used for civic, cultural or educational meetings, whenever such meetings do not interfere with normal library activities. Granting the use of its facilities does not imply approval by the library of the group, the meeting, or the ideas presented at the meeting.
The group using the room must assume responsibility for any property damage which may occur as a result of their occupancy. All requests for use of the room shall be made by applying to the library director. All requests must be signed by an adult with a valid library card. Any unusual requests shall be approved by the library director before permission is granted.
Use of library meeting rooms by any group signifies acceptance of the statements contained in this policy. The director has the discretion to modify any of the following requirements, and appoint a designee to approve room usage.
Donations & Memorials
The library welcomes gifts of gently-used books and other materials. The library also accepts monetary donations, which are used to help purchase needed items that would otherwise be unaffordable. The library also has memorial donations to honor friends and family. For more information on memorials, please contact Adult Services–phone (317) 745-2604 ext. 120.
The library offers a free service to patrons who, due to acute or extended illness, physical disabilities, or other extreme cases, are unable to come to the library in person. This service is available to DPL cardholders who are residents of Center Township. Patrons must be homebound for at least 2 months and have no other means of getting library materials. Materials are selected based on each patron’s interests, and delivery and pick-up is available with the help of library volunteers. For more information, contact Adult Services–phone (317) 745-2604 ext. 120
If the library does not have the book or other materials you’re looking for, we may be able to get the book for you on Inter-Library Loan (ILL) from a participating library. To make an ILL request, you must have a valid DPL or OTS card. PLAC patrons must contact their home library in order to request an inter-library loan.. A small fee may be charged for delivery, or the lending library may charge a lender’s fee. Some libraries will not loan out certain materials. For more information, contact Adult Services–phone (317) 745-2604 ext. 120 or us the Materials Request Form on our website.
The library sponsors a variety of programs throughout the year, including Summer Reading Clubs for both adults and children and book discussions. For a complete program listing, visit each department’s page, or check out our Events Calendar.
Staff members are available to speak to community groups about the library and its services, give book talks, and conduct tours of the library. Additionally, Indiana Room staff give tours of the courthouse square in the spring for students. For more information, phone (317) 745-2604 Ext. 140.