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.
- Please report any lost or stolen cards to the Circulation Services desk 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 with a $1.00 charge.
- Please notify the Circulation Services department with any address or phone number changes.
- You must use your library card at least once a year for your card to stay on file.
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
Books on CD, Music CDs, Books, Adult NEW Fiction Books, DVDs, Magazines, Video games: No Limit
Books, Books on CD, Music CDs: 21 Days
Adult NEW Fiction Books: 14 Days
DVDs, Videogames, and Magazines: 7 Days
Overdue Fines per Day
Books on CD, Music CDs, Books, Magazines $.10
Video Games: $1.00
Your Library Also Offers Access to
Laptops (for Use in the Building)