Bookworms have a little something for everyone–mysteries, self-help, romance; you name it. Each week we compile the newest and best book, movie, and Libby App recommendations into a short list for our adult patrons. Click "read more" to see our newest list.

Our library staff love to wiggle through the selves searching for the best books. Divided into categories, these lists include the newest board books, Fiction, Non-Fiction and graphic novels for children and young adult readers. Click "read more" to see our newest list.

Dying to know what we've been reading and what books we've been listening to? Well, we would love to tell you! Click "read more" to check out curated lists of Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Audiobooks recommended for you by the Alliance Public Library Staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

Mon-Thu: 8am-6pm

Fri: 8am-5pm

Sat: 10am-2pm

Sun: Closed

To obtain a library card, we need to see a state issued I.D. with your current local address. If your I.D. address is not current, we will also need to see one of the following that lists your current address:

-A current bank statement or checkbook register

-A 6 month lease agreement

-A utility bill from electric or gas company

 

Cards are available to patrons with a mailing address in Angora, Alliance, Hemingford, Lakeside, and Ellsworth. A $25 nonresident fee paid yearly on October 1st applies to all nonresidents.

No, you do not need to have a library card to use the computer. By providing a photo I.D., we can issue a temporary login for those without a library card.

We do have a printer! It costs $0.25 to print per page in black and white. If you have any further questions, our library staff are happy to help.

OverDrive has recently combined with the Libby app to provide you the same access to your favorite books and Audiobooks just in a slightly better format. If you are have trouble accessing your Libby app, reach out to our Technical Services Librarian, Nalani Stewart, or visit us at the Alliance Public Library.

Yes, we do have meeting rooms that can be used free of charge. We ask that the meeting rooms be used for events that are cultural, civic, or educational in nature. Events held in meeting room must be free and cannot be used for financial gain.

GED services is located in Scottsbluff, NE at the WNCC Scottsbluff Campus. If you’re interested in their Adult Education instruction prior to the GED test, we encourage you to stop by the WNCC office or give them a call at 308.635.6770 to be registered for an orientation. 

No, unfortunately the Alliance Public Library does not carry these items currently. However, every home in the U.S. is eligible to order four free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days. To order these tests, visit https://www.covidtests.gov/. Please contact the Box Butte General Hospital for any additional information about COVID or COVID testing.

No, unfortunately the Alliance Public Library does not carry tax forms. However, we are happy to print out the forms for you free of charge (this does not include the instruction booklets).

No, the Alliance Public Library does not offer test proctoring. WNCC, howver, does offer this service. Appointments for academic tests are strongly encouraged and can be made by calling 308.635.6072.

No, unfortunately we do not have a fax machine.