The latest update of the OverDrive ebook application allows you to check out and easily download library eBooks to your Blackberry, iPad, iPhone, Android, or Windows Mobile device.
Ebook users: Did you know? If you don't find what you're looking for in the Ohio eBook Project catalog, you can suggest a title for purchase.
In the first four months of 2011, checkouts in the Ohio eBook Project were already over half of what they were in 2010 (125,000 on May 1 this year; 209,999 in 2010). The Ohio eBook Project is a collection of eBooks and downloadable audiobooks shared by 60 Ohio libraries, with more than 12,700 titles.
The voters of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake have passed Issue 16, with 3,290 votes (52.92%) in favor and 2,927 votes (47.08%) against.
We would like to thank the people of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake for your support in passing the library levy. The library has served the community since 1912 and we look forward to offering quality service for many years to come. Thank you for supporting your library!
Community leaders and organizations are united in their support for Issue 16, including:
- Cuyahoga Falls City Council
- Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce
- Falls News Press
- Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don L. Robart
- Cuyahoga Falls City Council President Diana Colavecchio
- Silver Lake Mayor Bernie Hovey
- Silver Lake Village Council President Karen Fuller
Our board of trustees has approved a budget for 2011, with a reduction in planned spending for the second straight year. The budget will remain tentative into the summer, when the state will pass its new biennial budget. You can read more about the budget in the Falls News-Press or on our funding and budget page, where you can find out more about our funding and view the budget.
How much would you pay out-of-pocket for your library services? Use our value calculator to find out. (As of April 27, the value of everyone's checkouts so far this year is over $3.7 million.)
Want to vote early? You can vote now at the Board of Elections office, 470 Grant St. (Akron), 8 - 4:30, Monday - Friday. Or, to get an absentee ballot, just go to the Board of Elections web site for instructions and a form, or pick up a form at the library.