127 Pine St., P.O. Box 247
Glenwood City, WI 54013
Established in 1900 when a board of library commissioners was appointed to oversee 300 books, the Glenwood City Public Library continues its role today as an essential and dynamic community organization. Providing old-fashioned service with a personal touch, the library offers state-of-the-art technologies to meet information needs along with a friendly, cozy gathering space for learning and recreation.
If you haven't visited us recently, it's time to check us out! The library's programs and services are always evolving to better serve you. We hope to meet you soon!
A library card: your passport to the world of information!
Residents of Wisconsin, are invited to register for a library card which entitles cardholders to unlimited access to materials located in 50+ cooperating libraries. Cards are free, and will be issued to customers who fill out a registration form and provide all required data. Applicants under age 18 must have a parent or guardian provide their consent and proper identification.
Proper identification includes a driver's license with current address; or, if current address is not displayed, then a supplemental piece of identification is required to establish residency such as a bank statement, a lease or rent agreement with documented name and address, or a utility bill with documented name/address. If no driver's license is available, other acceptable forms of ID include a state photo ID card or a fishing/hunting license veryifying name and address.
Customers are expected to notify the library in a timely manner with changes in name, address, telephone, cell phone or email.
Books, magazines, audiobooks, music CD's, and children's kits are available for a three week checkout and can be renewed for an additional three weeks if there are no outstanding holds.
DVD's are available for a one week checkout and can be renewed for an additional week if no outstanding holds exist.
To renew an item you can:
1) Log into your patron record on the MORE website.
2) Call us at 715-265-7443 and talk to a staff person or leave us a detailed message on our answering machine.
Fines and Fees:
Overdue Book/Magazine/Audiobook/Kit $0.10/day
Overdue DVD/Kindle $1.00/day
Lost Library Card $1.00 replacement fee
Overdue fees stop accruing at a maximum of $5.00/ item. Replacement costs for lost or damaged items vary according to the value of the library item.
At 7 days overdue, notices are sent via email or telephone. Notices are mailed at 15 and 35 days. The notice at 35 days is a bill for the lost item.