Get your library materials shipped to your house!
The Home Delivery Program at Missoula Public Library allows you to request any library materials that normally can be checked out, to be sent to your home for a $3 per package fee.
If you fall within the federal poverty guidelines and are mentally or physically handicapped, you can apply to receive free home delivery service using the Application for Free Home Delivery Service. Forms will need to be printed, signed by you, and signed by a medical or other professional to confirm need. Alternatively, you may also provide us with a copy of a Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) letter as proof of your eligibility to receive free home delivery service.
If you are a Missoula Public Library card holder and are interested in using the Home Delivery service, you must create a pre-paid account with the library prior to using the service.
You can put up to $50 on an account via check, cash or credit card. As each $3 package is sent to your home, your pre-paid account will be automatically charged. Please visit the Missoula Public Library Accounts desk or call (406)721-2665 to learn more about how to set up a pre-paid account for home delivery of library materials.
Once you have an account, you simply select “USPS ground service” when placing a hold in the library’s catalog. You will be responsible for returning items mailed to you on your own.
Home Delivery is funded by the Missoula Public Library Foundation and Friends of Missoula Public Library. For additional information about this program, contact the Missoula Public Library at (406)721-2665.