St. Joe County Public Library offers notary services at Main Library on Monday-Thursday from 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 1-4:30 p.m. This service is available for free for resident cardholders, or $5 for guest cardholders or patrons without a library card. Please call ahead to ensure notary services are available.
Business Research and Support
Our staff offers professional help in locating business resources, as well as support using online business databases such as Morning Star, AtoZDatabases, and many more. These resources can help entrepreneurs and business owners gather valuable information to make important decisions.
Early Literacy Librarian
Our Early Literacy Librarian works to support children 0-9 and their families, including:
- Developing Storytimes and Babytimes, based on the five early literacy practices: read, write, sing, talk, and play.
- Organizing initiatives such as 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten to help children develop the skills they need to become lifelong readers.
- Coordinating with daycares, preschools, kindergartens, and grades 1-3 to offer library tours and visits, as well as outreach.
- Collaborating with community partners to develop programs and promote early literacy resources for families.
Bilingual staff at Western Branch are available to help Spanish-speaking patrons.
Our teen librarian helps create programming and events for teens. From resume writing workshops, to video game nights, to book clubs, the teen space offers educational and fun ways to engage.
Studio 304 Staff
Studio 304 staff can help you to navigate the tools and tech available to create and produce print, video, and audio projects and to help your ideas become reality.
Local & Family History Research Librarians
Our research librarians in Local & Family History can help you navigate databases and resources for your research project.
Reach out to a librarian with any questions about these resources!