DENVER, CO - Denver Public Library, or DPL, announced a partnership with The Denver Tool Library. This partnership allows DPL cardholders to access the tool library for free.
The Denver Tool Library (DTL) is a local source that offers low-cost tools rent and how to use them. Their collection covers over 5,000 tools for DIY projects, home repair, lawn and garden care, woodworking, welding, and many more. Some of them include ladders, power tools, lawnmowers, and post hole diggers.
Through this partnership, DPL cardholders can borrow a DTL membership. Click here to check out a DTL membership pass. Don't forget to bring the physical pass for the visit to DTL at 555 Santa Fe Dr.
Upon the first visit, DTL will require DPL cardholders to sign a safety waiver, present a photo ID, and credit card for file. Residents who are under 18, might need an adult to supervise signing the waiver. After that, residents will gain access to check out up to 10 tools with up to 3 power tools are available per week.
The Denver Tool Library currently operates on Tuesdays & Thursdays 2 - 7 p.m. and Saturdays & Sundays 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Residents who don't own a DPL membership card may also sign up for membership directly at DTL, starting from $120 per year. Click here for more information on the different memberships.
Check out other things from The Library of Things at the Denver Public Library here. Collections include technologies, recreation & DIY tools, and home tools. This service is available with a permanent DPL card only.
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