All OCLS locations allow customers to return library materials after the library has closed. The material-return's door is usually located near the entrance of the library.
Some OCLS locations have a Pick Up Window which customers may use to conveniently retrieve materials which are being held for them while remaining in their vehicle. To see a list of locations which have a Pick Up Window, look for the labeled icon.
Some OCLS locations are open on Sundays. To see a list of locations which are Open Sundays, look for the labeled icon.
Some OCLS locations are on, or very near, a Lynx bus route. To see a list of locations which are on a bus route, look for the labeled icon. Learn more about Lynx's Routes & Schedules.
Some OCLS locations have a Drop Off which customers may use to return materials from the comfort of their vehicle. To see a list of locations which have a Drop Off Window, look for the labeled icon.
Please note: Due to Covid-19, AWE Stations are currently unavailable as essential services are limited. Also known as "AWE" stations or "ELS" (Early Literacy Stations), these computers are self contained, without internet connection, and provide access to a wide variety of award winning learning...
The KIC Bookeye scanner offers users a simple way to scan and save their images or documents. The scanner has moveable cradles for the left and right sides of books. The scanner can be left flat, or raised for gentle handling of books or other types of bound or fragile material that flat scanners...
There are a variety of parking options available downtown, including the city's parking garage across the street on Central Blvd.
5575 S. Semoran Blvd.Orlando, FL 32822407.835.7323
The price to have an image scanned is $1.00 per scanned page.
All locations including branches and the Technology and Education Center at the Orlando Public Library have scanners available to scan images for patrons. Scans are $1.00 per page which can be saved to a portable device provided by the patron.