Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction
Spanish Language Collection
Adult fiction and Non-Fiction
Children's Fiction and
Audio Books on CD
Movies on DVD
Music on CD
Newspapers (in-house use only)
Twenty public Internet computers
Wireless connection available for laptops
Homebound Delivery - Call the library for details
$.25 for BW page and $.50 for color page + tax
Fax is $1.00 per page + tax
Proctoring Services available - Call the library for details
weeks for most materials except:
Videos, Kits, Cake Pans -
Most Library material may be
Renewals may be done in person, by phone or through our Online Catalog.
If another patron has requested the title, you may not renew the item.
You will not be able to renew material if you have more than a $5.00
fine from another Plum Creek library on your card or more than 5
overdue items. Material borrowed from other libraries in the Plum Creek
Library System may be renewed.
An after hours book
return is available for the convenient return of books whenever the
library is closed.
$2 a day
$.15 a day for books, magazines, etc.
Cell Phone Policy
An increasing reliance on cell phones is a
reality today. However, the use of cell phones in public places can be
disruptive. The Redwood Falls Public Library policy regarding the use
of cell phones attempts to promote a user-friendly environment
conducive to reading, studying, research, consultation, and quiet
collaboration. All Library Users are expected to be courteous and
respectful of others by adhering to the following policies:
1. Turn off your cell phone or change the ring tone to silent or vibrate before entering the Redwood Falls Public Library.
2. Please let your call go to voicemail and return a short call in the Library lobby.
3. Lower your voice if engaging in a short conversation in the lobby.
4. If you have an extended call, please go outside the library to talk.
5. Take all personal items with you when you leave to make/take a call.
Library users who refuse to comply with the provisions or intent of this policy will be required to leave the Library.
Adopted and approved by the Redwood Falls City Council on June 3, 2014.