Get a Library Card
Who can get a library card?
Any Wisconsin resident, with a picture ID and proof of current address, can apply for a
Hedberg Public Library Card.
List of acceptable name and address identifications.
We also offer free cards to out-of-state residents.
How to obtain your FREE Hedberg Public Library card:
- NEW! Fill out an application online
- Fill out a paper application.
Forms are available at Checkout or the Information Desk. Or can you can download and print your own: PDF application: English or Español
(Download free Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- Take completed form to Checkout.
Cards are issued to children at the discretion of their parent or guardian. A parent or guardian must be present with the child to sign library card applications for children under the age 18.
Please bring your library card with you to check out materials.
You will also need your library card for Internet access and can use it to pay for photocopies and computer printouts.
Report lost or stolen cards immediately.
A $1 fee is charged to replace a lost or damaged card.
If you move or change your name, let us know.
There is no fee for a name or address update.
List of Acceptable Identification
A free card is issued to most Wisconsin residents showing acceptable name and address identification.
- Driver's license
- Bank book or statement
- Current bill on company letterhead, received via the mail with current postmark
- Copy of renter's lease
- Wisconsin state ID
- Motor vehicle registration
- Property tax receipt
- Wisconsin hunting or fishing license
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