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Seattle Residents

Seattle residents may borrow KCLS materials but may not place holds or use eBooks due to the KCLS-SPL Reciprocal Use Borrowing Agreement.

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KCLS-SPL Reciprocal Use Borrowing Agreement FAQ

What is the KCLS-SPL Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement?
Are KCLS and SPL separate library systems?
How were the terms of the agreement determined?
Why can't Seattle residents place holds on KCLS materials?
Have KCLS and SPL explored other options?
Why doesn't KCLS sell library cards to Seattle residents?
Why don't the two library systems merge?

Seattle Resident Borrower FAQ

Can I borrow eBooks and downloads?
Can I call a KCLS library and ask if an item is on the shelf?
Can I request items for purchase or Interlibrary Loan (ILL)?
I live in Seattle but own property in King County (outside Seattle City limits)- can I get a KCLS card?
How do I dispute the tax coding of my property?
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Last Updated: 05/19/14