The mission statement of the Tuttle Public Library is: “To enhance the quality of life in our community through life-long learning and enrichment.”
Tuttle Public Library has more than 14,000 items available for checkout. The collection includes fiction and nonfiction for all ages, audiobooks, DVDs, and kits. There is also a small reference collection, local history materials, magazines, and the Tuttle Times available for in-library use.
Public Access Computers
Six computers are available for use by the public. All computers operate under Microsoft Windows 10, access the Internet, and contain Microsoft Office software (2010) and a variety of software and educational games.
Patrons may bring their own Wi-Fi enabled devices to the library and take advantage of the high-speed Internet access.
Library patrons can send and receive faxes, print in black and white or color, make black and white or color copies, and use the paper cutter, stapler, and 3-hole punch.
The library has seating and tables available to anyone for studying, reading, and relaxing. Tutors and educators are welcome to use the library to meet with their students. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis.
The Library Meeting room is available for public use during regular library hours.
Readers Advisory Service
Library Staff can help readers discover their next favorite author or book series through personal knowledge or reliable websites.
Library Staff will help patrons locate the best sources of information, both online and in print. Staff can offer instruction in the use of the available online databases and other Internet sources.
Staff cannot provide advice regarding legal, medical, or tax-related issues, but they may make unbiased referrals to appropriate agencies.
The librarian will provide one-on-one instruction services for the use of library electronic resources (e.g. Libby), computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, software, etc. These services are by appointment only. Patrons may bring their own devices for one-on-one tutorials and instruction.