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Eagle Mountain City is in the Yellow Phase of COVID-19 response. City offices are open to the public regular hours (7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday). The Senior Center will remain closed until further notice. Masks are required while visiting city buildings. If you do not have one, we can provide one for you. Social distancing measures are in place. We encourage business to continue to be conducted online or by phone as much as possible. Department Contact List

Library

Your Department Contact:

Michele Graves

Library Director

Office: (801) 789-6623

Fax: 801-789-6653

Email: mgraves@emcity.org

Additional Resources:


Kristin Allred
Assistant Director

Phone Number

801-789-6623

Email Address

krallred@emcity.org

 

Library Email Address
library@emcity.org

Address:

1650 E. Stagecoach Run, Eagle Mountain, UT, 84005

Hours:

The library is OPEN for Grab & Go Service
(Limit of 10 visitors at a time in the library, 15 min max to choose items and go, mask required- NO computer, copier or fax use at this time)

TEMPORARY HOURS:
Mon-Fri 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Limit of 10 patrons allowed inside at a time.

CURBSIDE every day during open hours for those who choose not to come in.

To place holds, go to:
http://emop.sirsi.net

  1. In the upper right corner, you will log in with your library card.
  2. Use the last 6 digits of your library barcode for the username and the last 4 digits for your PIN. (older blue cards will have the PIN on the back)

Note: We will allow up to 10 holds per library card per week.

RETURNS:

  • We will be accepting returns
  • ALL returns MUST be in a plastic bag.
  • Please allow up to 72 hours for those items to be removed from your account.

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North Utah County Library Cooperation

About the Cooperation

The cities of American Fork, Pleasant Grove, Lehi, Eagle Mountain, and Highland have agreed to participate in a reciprocal borrowing system that will allow library card holders to check out materials from all five libraries.

This is not a county library system. Library borrowers are encouraged to search for needed materials at their home library before searching the other libraries’ online catalogs. Each library will continue to function as it currently does in terms of policies, budget, administration, non-resident fees, etc.
* Eagle Mountain Library is the only fine free library in the area.

Policies and Procedures

  • All patrons must have a valid library card from the assigned ‘home library’ and be in good standing at that library.
  • This card must be presented at the time of borrowing an item.
  • The card entitles the patron to borrow items only – participating in programs is excluded in the agreement.
  • All policies and procedures of the lending library are valid, and the patron must abide by said policies and will be responsible for any incurred charges.
  • All items must be returned to the lending library according to the date due.
  • Requests (Holds) can only be placed at your ‘home’ library. Any requests made to another library will not be honored. The intent of this policy is to allow the card holders of each of the libraries first access to the materials at that library. Feel free to contact the library if you have any questions.

Participating Libraries

Lehi City Library
120 North Center St.
801-768-7150
Lehi Library

American Fork City Library
64 South 100 East
801-763-3070
American Fork Library

Pleasant Grove City Library
501 Park Rd.
801-785-3950
Pleasant Grove Library

Highland City Library
5400 W. Civic Center Dr.
801-722-4528
Highland Library

Donate to the Library

A great way to help the library is to give monetary or material donations. Due to space restrictions we are not able to accept everything. Please read our Gifts & Donations policy. Your donation will provide our library with credit through Junior Library Guild, a service that reviews and chooses only the best new literature for children and young adults. They have been doing this for nearly 85 years and have an excellent track record of sending future award-winning books. We thank you for any amount you are able to offer, and we promise to continue to encourage children to become avid readers with a current, diverse and well-populated book selection. A donation receipt will be given upon request

Gift and Donation policy
Junior Library Guild Information