Library FAQ

Do you have computers with Internet?
  • We currently have 18 computers with the Internet. We also have wireless capabilities. If you need to apply for a job, work on a resume, or do a test please let us know and we can allow more time for you on a computer back behind the Circulation desk. We must know ahead of time so that there can be a computer available as there is not always one available.
How can I volunteer for the library?
  • Our volunteer group is called “Friends of the Sapulpa Library”. The "Friends of the Sapulpa Library" group meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 12 Noon on the lower level of the library. Come into the library and fill out a form and we will get you started. You do not have to come to the meetings to volunteer at the library but it will help you to know more of what is going on at the library and behind the scenes.
Where can I find the library?
  • The library is located at 27 West Dewey Avenue, one block West of Main street. The Big Build Park is at the end of the corner with the Library Annex in between which houses Creek County Literacy Office, 918-224-9647.
How do I get a Library Card?
  • Library cards are free to all residents of Creek County and to all persons working full-time or attending school grades 1-12 in Creek County. All applicants must present valid photo identification and proof of current residence in Creek County. Two alternate phone numbers must be provided (work phone/reference phone).
  • A.Children 6-years-old or in the first grade or older, may receive a free card, if they are attending school in Creek County. A parent or legal guardian must sign the application card authorizing the child to have a card. The parent must present valid photo identification and proof of current residence in Creek County.
  • B.Adults not residing, working full-time or attending school full time in Creek County may pay $10.00 for a library card usable for one year. Applicants must present valid photo identification and proof of current residence.
  • C.All adult cardholders are responsible for the safe return of all items borrowed on their cards. They are responsible for all fines and charges. There can be no more than $3.00 in fines and charges for a library card to be in good standing and be able to check out items.
  • D.Parents/legal guardians are responsible for the care of items borrowed and the safe return of those items borrowed by the child authorized by them. They are responsible for all fines and charges. There can be no more than $3.00 in fines and charges on their family card and for the child’s library card to be in good standing and available for checking out items.
  • E. When receiving a library card for the first time there is a limit of two books allowed for checkout. This gives the library a chance to check references by the time the two items have been returned.
What are the requirements to use the computer?
  • Adults 18 years of age or older will be asked whether they will accept the Internet Policy as they are signing in. If you have a regular library card you will get two free hours on the computer per day provided there are no outstanding fines or lost items that have not been brought back to the library. Being in good standing means there are less than $3.00 owed on your account. If there is no regular library card and you are asking for a guest card you must show your Driver's License and will only get one hour on the computer. If Patrons are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian may be with you while they are on the computer since the youth may need guidance. Please do not drop your child off at the library as they are likely to not get to be on the computer without your approval or your presence there. 
  • If they are found in violation of the Internet Policy, their computer usage may be suspended for a period of time. Patrons cannot come back a second time during the same day in order to accommodate all our patrons who wish to use the computer unless you have not used up all your time allowed. If you need to print you must pay .25 per sheet so that we may keep a supply of paper on hand for printing. We use Cassie as our computer management software.