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PO Box 3610
Edgewood, NM 87015
Ph: (505) 281-0138
Fx: (505) 286-9107
Mon - Fri: 10am - 6pm
Sat: 10am - 3pm
Online Library Catalog
The library catalog is accessible via any device with an internet connection. Library card holders may also update personal information, bookmark titles, reserve titles, renew titles, and access some of the online research resources (mentioned below) after logging into their online library account.
Note: A library card is NOT required to utilize the patron computers and/or WiFi, however, patrons MUST read and sign an Internet Use Policy Agreement at the circulation desk.
Copying & Printing
Patrons may make copies on a public copy machine next to the circulation desk and/or print from any of the patron computers. Copies/print-outs are 15¢ per page for black and white and 20¢ per page for color.
Although our library collection meets many patron needs, we cannot carry every book in print due to limited space and acquisitions budget. However, patrons may request materials through inter-library loans.
How do ILLs work?
Patrons with a valid Edgewood Community Library card can fill out an ILL Request Form at the circulation desk and pay, in advance, $1.00 per requested title to help defray postage costs. The Librarian will then request the title/s through ILLiad to be sent by mail to the Edgewood Community Library for pick up by the requesting patron. Once the material/s has arrived, the patron will then be notified by a librarian.
- Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing.
- All ILLs must be returned to the Edgewood Community Library.
- If the requested title/s cannot be located, patrons will be refunded, in full.
Downloadable eBooks & Audiobooks
Downloadable e-books through Project Gutenberg and audiobooks through LibriVox now appear on our online library catalog! These non-profit agencies take books, whose copyrights have expired, and convert them into digital or MP3 files using volunteer time and manpower.