Clendenin Branch Library
Open: Everyday 24 Hours
All Kanawha County Public Library cards are valid for one year, after which time they must be renewed. This allows us to keep track of changes in users’ contact information.
Library cards can be renewed in person at any KCPL location. Even if you only use the downloadable materials, this card must be renewed in order to keep it valid.
Report a lost or stolen care to the library as soon as possible. You are responsible for items checked out on your card up to the time your card is reported lost or stolen.
If you know your current PIN and want to change it, log in to your account. Under the “Personal Information” tab, click the “Change Pin” section and follow the fields. If you do not know your current PIN or the system will not accept the PIN you are changing, please contact your local library.
You can go to the catalog page and consult the “How Do I . . .” entries or use the Help icon in the top-right corner of the page. If you review this information and still need help, please contact your local library.
You may return materials to any KCPL location, and students/teachers may return materials to any school that is in the system.
Book drops are available at most library locations.
Yes! Holds can be used for:
If the Library has your email in your account information, you will be notified by email. Otherwise, notices will be sent via US postal mail when your holds are available. If you have not given the library your email address and would like notifications sent via email, please contact your local library.
Sometimes, Internet Service Providers and email programs such as Microsoft Outlook or Hotmail classify the email as spam and automatically delete the email or move it to a “junk mail” folder. You may need to “white list” the library’s email address domain of @kcpls.org.
The library accepts book donations throughout the year. Although the library does not provide appraisals for the value of donations, you will receive a receipt. See our Donate page for more information.