All member libraries of the Azalea Regional Library System are currently offering a variety of services. These include computer use, curbside materials pick up, and a personal selector service. Click on the SERVICES tab (menu bar) or contact your local library for more information. Please note that some services require an appointment. We appreciate your support as we work to safely provide service to our communities.
Our “Taking Care Of Business” in-library service allows patrons to conduct business such as holds pick-up, drop-in computer use (1 hour limit per patron per day), access to materials for all ages, staff assisted printing, copying, scanning, and faxing services, voter card and PINES card registration, notary and proctoring services, basic reference help, and genealogy room appointments (2 hour limit per patron per day). Hours may vary by library. Visit your local library’s page to view updated hours of operation. Click here for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: Face masks or face coverings and a COVID-19 screening/temperature check will be required before entering any AZRLS member library. We appreciate your cooperation as we try to ensure everyone’s safety and well-being during visits to our libraries.
All nine member libraries of the Azalea Regional Library System will move their collections of digital eBooks and audiobooks from RBdigital to the Libby app on October 1, 2020. You will continue to be able to browse, borrow, and enjoy all the same great eBooks and audiobooks you loved in the RBdigital app, now available in Libby from OverDrive. Click here for more information.
Azalea Regional Library System
The Azalea Regional Library System is a nine member library system with a regional headquarters building located in Madison, Georgia. Member libraries serve diverse and unique communities in Greene, Hancock, Jasper, Morgan, Putnam, and Walton counties, with a total service population of approximately 175,000 residents. We are a proud member of PINES, a public library automation and lending network for over 300 libraries and affiliated service outlets in 53 library systems covering 146 counties. PINES creates a statewide “borderless library” that provides equal access to information for all Georgians. To learn more about the value and benefit of PINES, click here.