Any person who, in any twelve month period, writes 2 (two) or more checks to the library which are returned for “Non-Sufficient Funds” shall thereafter be required to pay their obligations to the library in cash or by money order. Library card privil
The Uintah County Library is supported by the taxes of the residents of Uintah County who expect the Library to be a safe and comfortable place for reading, researching, studying, selecting reading materials, using computers, and attending community
If a patron checks out an audio book on CDs or tapes and loses or damages one of the CDs or tapes for the book, that patron may replace the missing CD or tape with a new CD or tape, but if they are unwilling or unable to do so, they shall be held lia
### Uintah County Library Strategic Plan 2020-2022
Every three years the Library evaluates its Strategic Plan to determine if the Library staffing, services, collections, facilities, and community activities are furthering the Mission of the Libra
As provided in the Uintah County Library’s Mission Statement, the internet is recognized as a valuable information resource. The provision of this service to the public, however, is subject to Federal, state, and local laws, available funding, physic
Any requests to reproduce any of the holdings of the Uintah County Library Regional History
Center (RHC) must be submitted on the RHC Collection–Order and Use Permission Form.
To be valid, the form must be signed by an authorized staff member of th
Animals, other than service animals, are not permitted in the Uintah County Library, unless as a
part of a program authorized by a library director.
Service animal means any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individual
**I. MISSION OF THE LIBRARY**
The mission of the Uintah County library is to enable and promote literacy as well as provide an alternative source of entertainment to the residents of Uintah County. While our emphasis is on books, reading and literac
1907—Fundraiser to begin library “[Queen Esther Opera](https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6r535qp)” at Jake Workman Hall.
1908—First Library Board announced in March, Mina Pack— Librarian in April. The Library was located on South Vernal
We are dedicated to collecting, preserving, and disseminating biographies, historical accounts, materials and photographs of the people and events important to the county and larger Uinta Basin Region. The Regional History Center was founded in 1982 by Doris Karren Burton.
Avalon Community Center serves residents living in the Randlette, Avalon, Ouray, and Pelican Lake areas of the County. The Center is located alongside the Fire Station, a Community Park, and a large indoor gym administered by Uintah Recreation.
We look forward to accepting your donations of books and magazines which are in good condition.
Donations may be made at the library during normal hours. Please do not leave donations in the Book
Return drop-box or by the front door.
This policy establishes the framework within which the Uintah County Library (hereinafter referred to as “Library”) shall regulate the installation, maintenance, and use of security cameras located in the Library building and outdoor areas controlled by the Library, and regulate the collection, storage, disposal, access, and use of surveillance data from the security camera systems.