Library Services and How to Use Your Account

Digital Services

Each library provides wireless access that is open and free to the public during library hours. Internet access and word processing are also available for use on public computers.

The library offers eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines for checkout through Libby by Overdrive, free online newspaper access including the New York Times, video streaming through Kanopy, music, movies and eBooks through Hoopla, language learning through Mango and much more. To find out more, visit our Stream and Download page. Various devices such as S.A.D. Lamps, Library of Things can also be borrowed with a library card. 

Printing and Photocopying Services

Black and white and color printing and photo copying is available for .25 per page.
To find out more information including wireless printing, visit our Technology page.


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Notary Services

Summit County Public Library now offers limited, free notary services. Learn more here.

Outreach Services

We partner with the Community & Senior Center’s Mountain Meals program, who provide nutritious meals to homebound individuals throughout the county. If you are a recipient of Mountain Meals, you may be eligible to receive books, CD books, DVD or magazine deliveries along with your meals.meals on wheels america_opt.png

If you are interested in this program or have questions, please contact 970-668-2942 for more information about the Meals on Wheels program.

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Library on the Go Locations

If you find yourself riding our free transit system in Summit County with nothing to read, be sure to help yourself to a free book from our "Library on the Go" libraries at each of the transit centers.
Summit Stage Map

Breckenridge Transit Center 
150 Watson Avenue
Breckenridge, CO 80424
Breck Free Ride Schedule

Frisco Transit Center
1010 Meadow Drive
Frisco, CO 80443

Silverthorne Transit Center
W.  4th St and Adams Ave.
Silverthorne, CO  80498

How to Use Your Library Account

How do I access 'My Account' on the library website?

To access your library card record, click on 'My Account' in the top right corner of this webpage. Enter your entire library card number starting with the 420 (no spaces) and your password. If you do not know your password, click Forget Password and check your email. If that doesn't work please contact a Summit County Library to have staff reset your password. Click 'Login.'

From within your account you may request items, renew items, and review your reading history.

How do I renew my library books?

To renew all items, log into 'My Account', click on 'Checked Out Titles' and the 'Renew All' button at the top. If you only wish to renew certain items, click the boxes preceding the items in the list, and click 'Renew Selected Items' at the top. If an item may not be renewed, it will say 'ON HOLD' in red next to the due date of the item. Renewal dates are from the date renewed, not the date material is due.

How do I track my reading history?

Click ‘Reading History’ on the left. Then click the blue ‘Start Recording my Reading History’ button. It will start recording from that time forward but will not include items you checked out in the past. Library staff cannot see what you have checked out in the past.

I lost or damaged a book. Can I see how much I owe?

We are a fine free library, but we you still be billed for lost or damaged items. Click ‘Fines and Messages’ on the left. This amount must be paid in person at a Summit County Library by cash, check or credit card. Credit card transactions will accure an additional service fee.

How do I request materials?

Use the ‘Search’ field at the top left to enter in the subject, title or author. From there you can narrow your results using the categories on the left. Pay attention to what type of material it is: Book, CD book, DVD, etc. Place a hold on any item inside or outside Summit County by clicking the blue 'Place Hold' to the right of an item listing.

Choose the Summit County Library location where you want to pick the item up and receive an e-mail, call or text when it arrives. Your home library will default to where your library card was issued. If you want to change your default home library, contact library staff.

How do I see what I have on hold?

Click ‘Titles on Hold’ on the left. This will show what is ready for pickup, where it is ready for pickup and any materials that are still pending.

Can I receive text messages to notify me when my holds arrive or my materials are due?

Yes! Contact a Summit County Library staff member to sign up for ShoutBomb text messages.

You will receive reminder texts when items you placed on hold arrive or when your checked out materials are coming due.

Text 'MyBooks' to see the status of all your library items.

Text 'Stop' if you no longer want to receive text message notifications.