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Library Card Info

If you live in our service area, you may get a library card free of charge, as part of your tax-supported library

service.  Your library card allows you to:

Borrow books from us and from most other public libraries in Illinois.

Use special online collections to find magazine articles and information you can't get just by searching

the web.

Use a public access comupter in the Library and access the Internet.

To get a library card, see a member of the library staff during normal business hours.

We follow these three steps...

Your library card allows you to:

Borrow books from us and from most other public libraries in Illinois

Use special online collections to find books, articles and information you can't get just by searching the

Internet.

Use a public access computer in the Library and access the Internet

Residents:

District and Non-Resident patrons 18 years or older are required to provide their driver's license reflecting

their current address along with two pieces of business mail.

A reciprocal borrower is asked to show their drivers license as well as their library card from home library. 

Please note that we do call patron's home library to confirm the patron is in good standing and has a current

library card.

Non-Resident:

District and Non-resident patrons will receive a Winnebago public Library card and are entered into our

system.

Reciprocal borrowers will receive a bar code sticker which the library places on their home library card.

Patrons are required to show their library card with every use.