How to Get a Library Card
To sign up for a regular library card, you need to come in to the library. Please bring with you some form of ID and, if need be, something with your current address on it. It only takes about 5 minutes and you'll be set with your new library card!
Getting a free library card is easy and allows you to...
Check out materials from any of the libraries that share the MORE online catalog
Get materials from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan
Use computers at the library
Any Wisconsin resident is eligible for a library card. Visit the library with proof of your current residential street address (driver’s license, mail/bills, or anything that shows your current street address).
You are responsible for any materials that are checked out on your library card.
Library staff will check yearly for up-to-date address and phone number information.
You must use your library card at least once in three years for your card to stay on file.
Please report any lost or stolen cards to the us immediately, we will place a block on the card until it is found or replaced. You must provide identification to receive a new card. Replacement cards are available for no charge.
From any computer connected to the Internet, you can:
View items checked out and their due date
Renew items on your library card
View the status of holds you have placed, including those ready to be picked up and the date to pick it up by
View fines owed or other charges
Check “My Reading History” for items you have read or viewed
Access your “Saved Searches”
Add or change your e-mail address
Your Library Card Also Offers Access to:
Ebooks/EAudio through Libby and Overdrive
No Limit! Just remember that you have to keep track of everything you check out.
Books, Books on CD, Music CDs: 21 Days
Adult NEW Fiction Books: 14 Days
DVDs, Lucky Day, Videogames, and Magazines: 7 Days