The Lewiston City Library provides a wide variety of services including print and copy services, technology help, resources for patrons who are home-bound and patrons who have sight or other physical impairments, and room reservations. For questions about any our available services, please call the library at 208-798-2525 or email us at email@example.com.
At the Lewiston City Library you can print, scan, or copy documents, photos, boarding passes, web pages, and more from our library computers. You can also send a mobile print request from your cell phone, tablet, or home computer and come to the library to pick it up.
Need access to Wifi or a computer? We’ve got you covered! The Lewiston City Library has a variety of tech services available to our patrons. Find out more about how we can help you harness 21st Century technology.
ILL is invaluable for library patrons who can't find the book they need within their library system. While there are some restrictions, most books from other libraries are only a form away from being in your hands!
The Makery is a creative space where patrons can come to collaborate, learn, and make! Craft materials are available for patron use or you can check out one of our beginner Craft Kits to learn embroidery, crochet, card making, and more.
Homebound Service is available to any Lewiston resident unable to visit the library. Library staff selects materials based upon an individual’s interest, or a reader’s specific request, and a library volunteer delivers the materials to the reader’s home.
The Lewiston City Library has a variety of rooms and spaces available for public use. To reserve a room, follow the link for you selected room and submit the reservation request form. Must be 18 years or older to reserve a room.
Don’t let a physical limitation stop you from reading! Audio books and magazines can be loaned free to any Idaho resident who is unable to read standard print, hold a book, or turn pages due to a temporary or permanent physical limitation. This is a free service brought to you by the Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICFL).