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!
How do I get 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.
Library Card FAQ
- What if I lose or damage my library card?
We can replace it! Replacement cards are $2 each.
- 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.
- Books, Audiobooks & Music CDs – 3 weeks
- New Books – 2 weeks
- DVDs & Magazines – 1 week
You may renew materials if there is not a waiting list by stopping at the library, calling toll-free 1-866-MYRENEW (697-3639), calling your local library or renewing online
Material Check Out FAQ
- 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.
- What if I return my materials late?
The library will charge a late fee of 10 cents per day on overdue materials.
It is the customer’s responsibility to pay the overdue, damage and replacement charges.
Fines on overdue materials are set by the owning library, and may be collected at any of the MORE libraries. If the material is not returned within the designated loan period, two overdue notices will be sent at 15 and 30 days, followed by a bill at 45 days for the cost of replacement of material and a service charge for processing and cataloging.
A patron’s library borrowing privileges will be suspended when the amount of unpaid fines reaches $10.
The purpose of overdue fines is not to punish borrowers. Instead, the goal is to have library materials returned so that they can be used by other library patrons.
Milltown Public Library
61 West Main Street
P.O. Box 69
Milltown, WI 54858
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Monday 10 am- 5 pm
Tuesday 12 pm-7 pm
Wednesday 10 am- 5 pm
Thursday 12 pm-7 pm
Friday 10 am- 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 2 pm