What To Do If You Have a Library Bill

De Soto Public Library went Fine Free for most items on February 10, 2020. Hotspots, telescopes, binoculars, and fishing poles will still accrue fines if not returned by their due date.

If an item checked out to you is lost or damaged, you may be subject to a bill. These bills can be paid in-person at the library.

Members with bills greater than $2.00 will need to pay their bills before checking out additional materials, renewing items, or using our public computers.

Overdue notices will be sent by phone, text, or email; you can set your notification preferences at the circulation desk or on your Evergreen online account.

How To Pay Bills At Your Library

Visit De Soto Public Library to pay library bills. You may pay with cash, check, money order, credit/debit card and you will receive a receipt for your payment. If the item is from another library, please speak with a staff member regarding payment procedure. Replacement copies of items are not acceptable.

For More Information

Please refer to Cardholder Responsibilities for more information about your account. If you have any questions about your account, don’t hesitate to Ask A Librarian!

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