Services > Loan Periods & Fees
All items may be renewed up to three times, in person, online, or over the phone if the patron account is in good standing and there are no reserves on the item.
Overdue items may not be renewed online, but may be renewed in person or over the phone. Extended use fees will be added to the patron's account.
WPLD cardholders may place a request on items that are checked out or otherwise unavailable. Requests may be placed by patrons either by phone, over the computer, or in person. Patrons will be notified by phone or email when the materials are available. Material is held for 3 days.
Your library card privileges will be suspended for the following:
Extended Use Fees
Extended use fees are charged for overdue items, beginning with the first day the item is late.
The maximum fee is the cost of the item.
Long Overdue Item Fees
If an item is not returned within 21 days of the due date a charge for the cost of the item listed in the Library catalog will be added to the patron's account.
After 90 days, the cost of the item will be due and the item will not be accepted back into the collection.
Damaged Item Fees
If an item sustains damage which can be repaired, a fee may be assessed according to the repair fee schedule.
If material is considered damaged beyond repair and judged by the Library as being unsuitable for the collection, the patron must pay the original cost of the item. Material considered damaged beyond repair includes but is not limited to: water damaged, chewed, burned, with substantial stains or markings, numerous ripped pages. Replacement copies are not accepted.
Incomplete Item Fees
Patrons will be billed for the full cost of items which are returned incomplete. Replacement copies are not accepted.
In the event that a library card is damaged or reported lost, a replacement card will be issued upon presentation of current photo I.D. and a payment of $1.00. The original library card will be invalidated. The fee will be waived if the card is expired or within three months of its expiration date.