Library Essentials

Homebound Delivery

The Dunedin Public Library's Homebound Delivery program is for Dunedin Residents who are confined to their residence due to health and/or physical mobility issues. Lack of transportation can also qualify, but health and/or physical issues will receive priority. Deliveries can be ongoing or temporary (minimum depending on service), or even part-time for seasonal residents.

Participants receive deliveries one Wednesday morning per month. Participants are limited to the collection of the Dunedin Public Library. Material types available are:

  • Regular print
  • Large print
  • Audio-books
  • Paperbacks

To request homebound delivery, contact us via one of the following methods.

Dunedin Public Library
223 Douglas Ave.
Dunedin, FL 34698
Attn: Reference Department

(727) 298-3080 ext. 1707

Interlibrary Loan

Materials not owned by the Dunedin Public Library may often be borrowed from other libraries across the state or across the country and shipped here for our patrons to use, free of charge.

Any patron, aged 16 years or older, with a valid Pinellas Public Library Cooperative card in good standing may request an interlibrary loan at the Reference Desk. The title and author of the book are necessary in order to conduct an interlibrary loan search. Copies of magazine articles can also frequently be requested, but not an entire issue of a magazine or journal. Audiovisual materials such as videos, DVDs, cassettes, and CDs are not available through interlibrary loan.

Shipping time, loan periods, and availability vary according to the lending library. Please check with the Reference staff for specific details.

If you have a question regarding interlibrary loan, please send an email to the Library.

Notary Service

Dunedin Public Library offers Notary Service for simple documents at a fee of $5.00 per notary signature. Payment may be made by cash, check, or credit card. Documents must be presented in their entirety and unsigned. If your document requires witnesses, you must provide them. 

Call ahead at (727) 298-3080 ext. 1707 to be sure that a Notary is on duty at the specific time or day that you plan to use the service.

Please note we do not notarize wills, handwritten documents, odometer/VIN verifications, or wedding certificates.


Computers, Internet & Wi-Fi


Introducing Princh, our new printing solution!

Easily and securely print from a mobile phone, tablet, or laptop, both remotely and at the library.

How to use the service

Printing from your mobile phone or a tablet

  1. When printing at the library: locate the print guide poster near the printer and scan the QR code. When printing remotely: go to
  2. Upload your document(s).
  3. Adjust the settings - B/W or color, number of copies, page range. 
  4. Enter your email address.
  5. Go to the public printer in the Library near the Reference Desk.
  6. Log into the Print Release Station computer with your email address to identify your print job(s).
  7. Pay for the job to release it.

Printing from your laptop

  1. When printing remotely or at the library: go to
  2. Upload your document(s).
  3. Adjust the settings - B/W or color, number of copies, page range.
  4. Enter your email address.
  5. Go to the public printer in the Library near the Reference Desk.
  6. Log into the Print Release Station computer with your email address to identify your print job(s).
  7. Pay for the job to release it.

Printing prices: Letter – B/W: $0.15, color: $0.50

Print jobs remain in the print queue for 24 hours.  Afterwards, they are automatically deleted. 

Print, Copy, Scan & Fax

Patrons can print, copy, scan and fax documents in black and white or color in a variety of formats. 

Cost per page is $0.50 for fax and color prints. Cost per page for other options is $0.15.

For more information, contact the Reference Desk at 727-298-3080 X 1707.

WiFi & Public Computers

Bring your laptop or mobile device and enjoy free open access to the internet via our wireless network. Patrons may use our public computers to access the internet, to use Microsoft Office products, and to print.

More Than Just Books

Birding Backpacks

You can now check out Birding Backpacks. Each backpack includes (1) pair of adult binoculars, (1) pair of child binoculars, (2) bird guidebooks, (1) use and care instructions, and lens wipes. 

You can check it out for 14 days and it can be renewed, if no one else is requesting it.
You can place holds on the birding backpacks by calling the
Reference Desk at 727-298-3080 ext.1707.

Backpacks cannot be sent to other libraries, they must be picked up and returned at the Dunedin Public Library Main Library.

To learn more on how to use binoculars for birding, watch this video.

Pinellas County Extension Services has prepared a video series on birding in this area. Click here to view them.

 Birding Backpacks are sponsored through a grant from the Rotary Club of Dunedin and the Dunedin Friends of the Library.

Book Club Bags

You can now check out a Book Club in a Bag. Each bag has 7 to 10 copies of a title. 

You can check it out for 56 days and it can be renewed, if no one else is requesting it.
You will find the bags in the New Book area of the Library.

Below is a list of our titles in alphabetical order by author's last name. A printed list of titles is also available at the library.

Visit our calendar for current and upcoming books club titles. 

Museum Passes

Thanks to our partnerships with area museums, the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative is happy to offer FREE family admission to the following museums: Dunedin History MuseumFlorida Holocaust MuseumGreat Explorations Children’s MuseumHenry B. Plant MuseumImagine MuseumThe James Museum of Western & Wildlife ArtLeepa Rattner Museum of ArtMuseum of Fine Arts, and the Tampa Bay History Center.

How the museum pass works:

  • Each PPLC member library and its branches have two museum passes from each museum partner (except for the Henry B. Plant museum which has a total of 6 passes countywide).
  • Passes are available for checkout on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes are not renewable or holdable.
  • You may check the availability of passes by contacting your library’s circulation staff or by searching the PPLC online catalog.
  • Only one pass per museum may be borrowed at a time. Checkout by adult PPLC cardholders only.
  • Admission is valid for up to 2 adults, and 3 children under the age of 18, in the same household.
  • Each pass is valid for one visit within the 7-day loan period. Passes are checked out for a full 7-day period.
  • Present the receipt from the library to museum staff upon entry. The museum will retain your receipt.
  • Passes are not available to reciprocal borrowers.

 See available museum passes

Seed Library

Our seed library is available to anyone with a valid PPLC library card. Our seeds are located opposite the front desk in an old card catalog for you to browse. Choose from one of our many categories of seeds, you can check out up to 5 packets per month. Seeds are checked out like any other material, just head to the front desk with your picks. There are no due dates, returns, or fines; if you have extra seeds, share them with friends and neighbors!

All our seeds are donated to us from our local and community partner organizations. Since each seed packet contains up to 100 seeds, we dispense them into multiple packets so everyone can have a chance to find seeds they're looking for. We encourage our gardeners to share the seeds with their friends and neighbors and to tell them about the seed library!

Different seeds are available throughout the year and are in a continuous supply. As we receive them from our partners, we process them into packets and update the seed library weekly! Check back with the seed library frequently to see what's new and available!

We want to thank our very special community partners for their generous donations and their gardening expertise!

Local Organizations
Dunedin Garden Club
Dunedin Community Garden
Vision Ace Hardware - Dunedin

Seed Companies:
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company
Botanical Interests
High Mowing Seed Company

Read the article in the Tampa Bay Times about our Seed Library!

WiFi Hot Spots

Borrow a WiFi Hotspot

Now you can take the internet with you!
Available to patrons ages 18+.
Free 14-day checkout with your Library card.