If you are unable to come to the Library, the Library will come to you!
Homebound Service is a free program that provides home delivery of library materials to those who live within the city limits of Springdale who are homebound regardless of age, income, or disability.
This includes individuals who are temporarily disabled due to illness or injury as well as those who are permanently disabled.
We also offer this service to institutions such as nursing homes, assisted living and retirement facilities, and senior centers.
Participation in the Program
You must have a valid Springdale library card (If you don’t have one yet, a homebound staff member will help you get one), live in Springdale city limits and fill out our Reader’s Profile form. If you can’t come to the library to do this we can set up a home visit to get your information.
If you or someone you know is interested in participating in the Library’s Homebound Program, please contact Nathalie DeFelice, Springdale Public Library Homebound Services, at 479-750-8180.
What Can I Borrow?
The library has a huge selection of items for you to choose from. Each item will be tailored to your own needs and reading preferences. Items to choose from include:
- Large Print & Regular Print books
- DVDs & Blu-Rays
- Books on CD and MP3 Audiobooks
- Music CDs
When We Deliver
We deliver every four weeks and all items are checked out for a four-week period. They can be renewed up to two times if no other patrons are waiting for them.