Services

The following library services are available to the public.

Reference Service

Do you need help with research or just have a question about library services? For your convenience, send us an email at library@farmpl.org or use the contact form located at the bottom of the page to Ask a Librarian.

Homebound Book Delivery Services

Each Wednesday, we deliver materials to Farmington patrons who are unable to visit the library. If you would like to be included in the program, please call us at (479) 267-2674. A valid Farmington Public Library card is required to enroll in the program.

Test Proctoring & Notary Services

The Farmington Public Library provides proctoring services to students to fulfill their educational needs. The library is not a testing center. This service is available free of charge. Test must be scheduled at least a week in advance to allow for testing materials and instructions to be received from the educational institution. Student must provide appropriate photo identification. Call (479) 267-2674 to request test proctoring services.

The Farmington Public Library has a notary on staff. Please call (479) 267-2674 to verify when this service is available.

Print, Copy, Scan & Fax

The library provides access to photocopying and printing equipment. As an additional service, the library offers faxing and document scanning. Circulation services take precedence over assistance with printing, copying, scanning, and faxing. Please see the list below regarding fees for these services.

Prints and Copies – $0.15 per page
Color Prints and Copies – $0.50 per page
Scanning – No Charge
Faxing – $1.00 per page for incoming and outgoing faxes

Free Wi-Fi

The Farmington Public Library provides free wireless internet access throughout the library. A library card is not necessary to connect to the library’s network. Simply connect to ZING by PGTelco Hotspot and access the internet. Don’t have a device of your own? You can checkout a laptop with a valid library card and current Equipment Checkout Agreement or get on a public computer with a valid library card or guest pass for 3 hours. See our Computer Use Policy.