Get a Library Card
Option 1: Permanent Card
Come to the library and get a permanent card. Bring an ID and proof of current residence (a mailed bill or another official document) to Edgerton Public Library. You will be asked to fill out a short form and then you’ll be issued a card.
Option 2: Instant Temporary Card
Get an instant temporary card online now, then convert it to a permanent card when you get a chance. Use it to checkout materials from the library, access digital audiobooks digital magazines, and ebooks (OverDrive, Libby, & Hoopla) and use our LinkedIn Learning subscription. Temporary cards do not work for Gale Courses or Transparent Language.
Renew a Library Card
Call or stop by the library. You’ll be asked to verify your address, phone number (and cell carrier if you have text notifications enabled), email address, notification preferences, and preferred home library.
Library Card Q&A
Who can get a library card, where can it be used?
Library cards are issued to Wisconsin residents by the public libraries in Rock County for free and grant the holder access to each public library in a four-county area including Rock County, Kenosha County, Racine County, and Walworth County. Use your library card barcode and personal identification number (PIN) to access the online account portal, reserve materials online, to use our online tools and so much more.
Does my library card expire?
Library cards are valid for two years. If a library card is not renewed within three years of expiring, the associated patron record will be purged. If this happens, you may re-apply for a library card by completing the registration process again.
Does the library offer different types of library cards?
Edgerton Public Library offers one type of library card.
I moved, now what?
If you still live in Wisconsin you can keep your card. Update your contact information and address by logging in to your SHARE account and making the appropriate edits under the “Personal Information” tab or call the issuing library.
If you no longer live in Wisconsin, please contact the library which issued your card and request that it be canceled.
Come in to browse, pick up holds, use a computer.
9 am–8 pm
Friday: 10 am–5 pm
Saturday: 9 am–3 pm
Adult Print and Audio Books … 21 days
Youth Print and Audio Books … 21 days
Magazines … 7 days
Music CDs … 21 days
Adult DVDs … 7 days
Juvenile DVDs … 7 days
Reference Materials … Non-circulating … N/A
Edgerton owned items checked out at the Edgerton Public Library are now fine free.
Some specialty items may still have a fine – Magiscopes, Launchpads, and items received through Interlibrary loan.
Patrons will still be billed for lost or damaged items.
Items received from other SHARE member libraries may trigger an overdue fine.
Maximum Overdue charge is $5.00 per item.