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Fees & Payments


Overdue Materials

  • Check-Out Electronics: $10.00/day, $70 maximum
  • In-House Electronics: $5.00/hour, $100 maximum
  • Museum Passes: $5.00/day, $35 maximum
  • All other items: 25¢/day, $10.00 maximum per item

Library Cards

  • First library card for residents: no fee
  • Non-resident card: $25.00 per year
  • Replacement library card: $1.00

Lost or Damaged Materials

  • Processing fee for lost materials: $10.00
  • Audio-visual cases: $8.00
  • Missing bar codes: $3.00
  • Missing RFID tags: $3.00
  • Dust cover $6.00
  • Damaged book/item billed at cost of item + processing fee

Other Fees

  • Returned check fee: $25.00
  • Billing agency referral fee: $10.00
  • Small balance referral fee: $3.00
  • Printing fee: $0.25/page
  • Unclaimed hold fee: $2.00/item


All fees for lost or damaged items are non-refundable.

Contact Information:

Shasta Public Libraries

1100 Parkview Ave.,
Redding, CA 96001


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Room Reservations

Community Room Fees

  • For non-profit and government organizations: No charge for up to two hours. $50 flat rate fee for reservations two hours or more.
  • For private parties: $100 for up to two hours, and $25 for each hour thereafter.
  • For commercial businesses: $165 for up to two hours, and $30 for each hour.


  • Reservations cancelled more than 72 hours in advance of the event will receive a full refund.
  • Reservations cancelled within 72 hours or less of the event will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee


As per California Library Laws Regarding Privacy:

Sec. 6267. Registration and circulation records of libraries supported by public funds.

All registration and circulation records of any library which is in whole or in part supported by public funds shall remain confidential and shall not be disclosed to any person, local agency, or state agency except as follows:

  1. By a person acting within the scope of his or her duties within the administration of the library.
  2. By a person authorized, in writing, by the individual to whom the records pertain, to inspect the records.
  3. By order of the appropriate superior court.

As used in this section, the term “registration records” includes any information which a library requires a patron to provide in order to become eligible to borrow books and other materials, and the term “circulation records” includes any information which identifies the patrons borrowing particular books and other material. This section shall not apply to statistical reports of registration and circulation nor to records of fines collected by the library.