Norfolk Public Library Changes Fines for Overdue Library Materials
Beginning July 6, 2010
Norfolk, VA (Revised June 14, 2010). In light of recent city budget reductions, the Norfolk Public Library will be increasing its fines for overdue library materials. The new fines, effective July 6, 2010, will be:
All Books & Music CDs: 20 cents a day/max $6.00 per item
DVDs & Videos: $1.25 a day/max $10.00 per item
Interlibrary Loan: $1.25 a day/ max $10.00 per item
Book Express: $1.25 a day/max $10.00 per item
The increase in fines for all books includes children’s books as well. There will no longer be a difference in fines for children’s books checked out on juvenile cards.
Any resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Norfolk property owner, or person who is employed in the City of Norfolk may receive a free Norfolk Public Library card.
For more information, please call Norman Maas, Library Director, at 757-664-7328 x 308.
About Norfolk Public Library:
The Norfolk Public Library offers access to information, books, programs, and online resources to meet the needs of our diverse community for life-long learning. The library system consists of one main library, ten branch libraries, one anchor branch library, and a Bookmobile. All programs are FREE of charge. Visit www.npl.lib.va.us or call us at (757) 664-READ for more information. NPL- Creating a City of Readers.