Getting a free library card is easy and allows you to check out materials from 50+ libraries that share the MORE online catalog and get materials from other libraries outside the MORE system through Interlibrary Loan. This include physical materials, ebooks and more!
GETTING A LIBRARY CARD
- Obtaining a library card is simple. Stop in and fill out a registration card or print out the form and fill it out before you come in.
You must show a valid picture ID or other proof of residence, (driver’s license, mail/bills, or anything official that shows your name and current street address).
If you are under 16, you will need a parent or guardian to show the proper ID and sign a statement of responsibility for you.
- If you don’t have a library card from a MORE-member library and you’re a Wisconsin resident, you can get an e-card to use MORE’s shared electronic resources.
- New Books, Books, Audiobooks, Music CDs – 3 weeks
- Hotspots – 2 weeks
- DVDs, Magazines – 1 week
You may renew materials if there is not waiting list by stopping at the library, calling toll-free 1-866-MYRENEW (697-3639), calling your local library or renewing online
- What are my responsibilities when I check out library materials?
When you get a library card, you sign an agreement to take care of library materials so that they are in good shape for the next user and return library materials on time.
- Where do I return materials?
When the library is open, you can return materials to the circulation desk or the drop box. Make sure that all audio CDs and DVDs are accounted for.
- Does my library card expire?
All library cards must be renewed annually so that the staff may verify the current address & phone number. If you address or phone number change let your library staff know. If a library card has not been used in three (3) years, it will be removed from the system and the patron will have to reapply for a card.
Deer Park Public Library
112 Front Street West
Deer Park, WI 54007