|How Do I?
- How do I obtain a library card at the
South Burlington Community Library?
Any legal resident of South Burlington
over the age of five may obtain a resident
library card, which also serves as a homecard,
with identification that clearly shows your
name and current legal address. Non-residents
(outside of the homecard system) and temporary
residents may obtain cards valid only at the
South Burlington Community Library for a fee
of $10 per year. Children 16 years and under
must have a parental signature on their registration
form. Any South Burlington resident in good
standing may use his/her updated library card
at the other Chittenden County libraries that
are part of the Homecard
- How do I know if the Library has a particular
catalog can be accessed from in the Library
or online. The catalog will show if the book
is available or checked out. You may also
ask for assistance from a librarian to find
books or to show you how to use the online
catalog when you visit the Library.
- How do I renew
or place a hold on line? First you
must create an account through the Library
catalog. Click on Login in the upper right
hand corner of your screen. Enter your barcode
number from your library card and your first
You will then be prompted to create a new
password. You may renew items no other patrons
are waiting for. You may request to be put
on a waiting list for an item that is currently
checked out. You will be emailed when that
item is ready for you. The Library will hold
that item for you for three days.
- How do I sign up for a computer/print/copy?
Computer signup is self-service. Please remember
to bring your library card to use the public
computers. You will be asked to scan your
library card to log-in. If you are visiting
and need computer access, guest logins are
available at the Circulation Desk. You can
print to the Library printer from Library
computers, your mobile device or personal
computer. Copies are 15 cents. Copies are
15 cents for a black & white copy and
45 cents for a color copy on the Library copier.
- How do I donate books to the Library?
The Library accepts
donations of books (see policy) in good
condition that can be used in the collection
or sold at the Friends of the Library book
sales. Until further notice donations
should be dropped off at THE FRIENDS OF THE
LIBRARY BOOKSHOP - "A Novel Idea"
at 1100 Dorset Street.
OPEN: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. - 802-324-5380
- How do I obtain tax forms?
FEDERAL TAX FORMS: We
have been notified by the IRS they will be
offering 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ to Libraries.
For other federal tax forms:
- To view and download
- To order tax products to be delivered by
Call 1-800-829-3676 - To order tax products
to be delivered by mail
VT STATE TAX FORMS:
Download fillable PDF forms from the web
Order by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Order forms by phone - 802-828-2515 OR 855-297-5560
This year, taxpayers may also
file the following online at www.myvtax.vermont.gov
Homestead Declaration, Property
Tax Adjustment, Renter Rebate, and Landlord
This is also where taxpayers will find the
"Where's My Refund" service.