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QWhere are you located?

Dunn Public Library is located at 110 E. Divine Street.

From the East, Clinton or I-95, take NC Hwy 421 west into downtown Dunn. This is Exit 73 from the interstate and it becomes Cumberland Street. Continue to Wilson Avenue, turning left at First Federal Bank. Go one block and the library is on the right.

From the West, Lillington or Buies Creek, continue straight on NC Hwy 421 into Dunn where this road becomes Cumberland Street. Cross the railroad tracks and continue to Wilson Avenue, turning right at First Federal Bank. Go one block and the library is on the right. For further directions, call (910) 892-2899.

QWhat are your hours? When do you close?
AFor the complete hours of library operation, see the library's Welcome page. Monday through Thursday, we close at 7:00 p.m. On Friday, we close at 5:00 p.m. On Saturday, the library closes at 1:00 p.m. We are closed on Sunday. Exceptions to the times listed here and elsewhere on our webpages will be noted herein and on the Calendar.

QDo you have a fax machine the public can use? If so, how much does it cost per page to send a fax? To receive a fax?
AThe library has a public fax. The number is 910-892-8385. It costs $2.00 per page to send including the cover sheet. The cost to receive a fax is $1.00 per page.

QCan we return books when the library is closed?
AYes, there is a bookdrop behind the library. Just follow the signs.

QDo you have tax forms?

We have tax returns 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. IRS doesn't give us instruction booklets now. You may print them from irs.gov or photocopy from Publication 1132.

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