What is a Reciprocal Borrower?

A reciprocal borrower is a resident of any county which has entered into an agreement with Lake County to provide services. The non-resident card fee is waived, memberships are good for one year and are renewable at no charge. At this time the participating counties are: Marion, Seminole and Volusia.

Show All Answers

1. How do I apply for a library card?
2. Who can get a library card?
3. How do I view what books are available at the Tavares Library?
4. What if I lose my library card?
5. What do I do if I lose or damage an item?
6. Will my library card work at other libraries?
7. What if the library does not own the items I need?
8. May I check out items if I do not have my library card?
9. What if the item I want is already checked out?
10. How will I know when to return items?
11. May I renew items?
12. What events are available for children at the Library?
13. What is a Reciprocal Borrower?
14. How do I become a Reciprocal Borrower?
15. Does the library accept credit card payments?