Once an item is returned, there is no longer a connection between you and that item. There are several websites and apps you can use to create a list of items you have checked out. Please contact a librarian for information about websites or apps such as Goodreads or Bookly. If you use Overdrive, you can rate the items you check out, then retrieve a list through your profile.
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By logging in to your library account, you can use the self-service features to place holds, view check-outs, renew items, update your email address, request notifications and monitor charges. You can see settings such as expiration date.
To log in, please enter your first or last name in the first space, your library card number (with no spaces) in the second space and your PIN in the third space. When you are logged in your name will appear at the top of the screen. Please contact your library during operating hours for assistance.
Library cards are renewed every two years. To renew your card, visit or call your local library. Please confirm your contact information and clear any account balances.
You can reset your PIN if you have an email address associated with your account.
If you do not have an email address in your account or have further difficulties, please contact your library during operating hours for assistance.
Chesterfield County Public Library is a department of Chesterfield County government and our employees are employees of Chesterfield County. Please check the county website for “Careers and Volunteers” to see and apply for current vacant positions.
Chesterfield County Public Library accepts donations of new and gently used materials at all locations. Donations are accepted on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
We appreciate the following:
A donation bin will be available at each location on the designated dates. Donations of up to 20 items are accepted. Remove donations from bags and boxes before placing in the bin.
You may request a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. Please estimate the quantity and value of your donations before bringing them to the library. If you would like to make a large donation, please contact your local library to make arrangements. For more information about material donations, please read through the Material Donation Guide (PDF).
Once items are donated, they become the property of CCPL and are used at the discretion of CCPL. While some items are selected for addition to the collection, most donations are given to our Friends of the Library. The Friends offer donated items for sale to customers through book sales located within most locations (except Enon Library).
Proceeds from book sales are used to support library collections and services.
CCPL facilitates learning opportunities for all ages through vibrant programs and events. Programs are scheduled six to nine months in advance. Please contact a manager at your library to provide information about your program idea.
CCPL offers interlibrary loan service to help you obtain materials from other library systems. To discuss an interlibrary loan request, please contact your library for more information. A non-refundable $5 fee is collected to initiate the transaction.
CCPL staff proctor exams for library cardholders when the student obtains agreement from the academic institution or licensing body to accept our guidelines, which limit oversight and staff responsibility for receipt and return of the test. Please contact a librarian at your library for additional information or to request an appointment.