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The Leroy Collins Leon County Public Library System has seven locations in Leon County, including three in Tallahassee. In the United States, the government takes some of the taxes people pay and uses them to fund public libraries. Libraries usually operate at the county level. This means that people who live in Leon County pay taxes that fund the Leon County public libraries. People who live in Leon County can get a library card and access the public libraries for free. There are several benefits to this, which will be explained in this section of the research guide.
Since most CIES students are only staying in Tallahassee for a short period of time, there is an option to get a temporary library card. It costs 10 dollars for three months, which is a bit longer than the CIES program lasts. Please see the Library Cards section below for more information on how to get a library card.
Where is the library? When is it open? Can I see it on a map?
Find answers to all your questions here! You can also get to this page by going to the Leroy Collins home page and clicking "Branch Locations" in the column on the left hand side of the page.