How To Get Your Free Library Card
All Wisconsin residents are eligible for a free library card.
Apply for a library card in person at one of the libraries in our system with proof of your current local residential street address. This may be from:
- A Wisconsin Driver’s License or photo ID with your current address
- A photo ID with a piece of mail showing your current address (such as a bill, a lease, a paycheck etc.)
- Or local student ID if you are a student going to school in St. Croix County.
This card may be used at all MORE Libraries within our system.
There is a $1.00 replacement fee for lost library cards.
Library cards are renewed and updated annually.
Children under 18 years of age must have a legal guardian’s signature on their registration card.
How To Get An E-Card
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, including:
- Wisconsin’s Digital Library and the Libby App
- Flipster Magazines
- Transparent Language
- And More!
When you’ve completed the form, you’ll receive a numeric e-card code to log on to these resources. Please keep this code!
Individuals only need one library record. If you already have a card issued at a MORE-member library, you do not need an e-card.
Contact Hazel Mackin Community Library for any more questions about receiving your library card today!