Can’t make it to the library? We’ll come to you!
- ask a librarian for this FREE service
- for any Glenwood City resident
- choose your own: books, dvds, cds, large print
- delivery/pickup once a month
Borrow the internet!
hotspot: a device that allows you to connect to the internet and acts as your personal mobile broadband connection
How do I get a hotspot?
- ask a librarian
- provide a driver’s license or WI ID
- provide a MORE library card
- be 18 years of age or older
- submit a hotspot user agreement
- 14 day – no renewal
- $5 day fine
- Device must be returned in person to the desk
- Public Computers
- Printing/Photo Copier/Fax
- Tax Forms
Get a free Library Card
A library card: your passport to the world of information!
Residents of Wisconsin, ages 6 and up, 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.
Photocopy machine available for public use.
- 10 cents per 8 1/2″ x 11″ copy
- 50 cents color copies per 8 1/2″ x 11″
Faxes: send (but not receive) faxes. Library staff will send faxes for the following fee:
- $1.00 for the first page and 25 cents for each additional page
Scanning is available when the library director or the senior library assistant are available.
Library staff will scan items or pages for customers and email them to the customer or copy them to the customer’s USB flash drive.
Small items like identification cards and receipts can be combined into a single scan.