Get a Library Card
Bring a photo ID and piece of official mail with your current address. There will be a short form to fill out.
Use your card at all the public libraries in the counties of Rock, Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth.
Library cards are free to most Wisconsin residents.
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.
Director: Kirsten Almo, firstname.lastname@example.org
101 Albion Street, Edgerton, WI 53534
Phone: 608-884-4511 | Fax: 608-884-7575
Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 8 PM
Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM – 3 PM
Loan Periods & Fines
- Adult Print and Audio Books … 21 days…$0.25 per day
- Youth Print and Audio Books … 21 days … None*
- Magazines … 7 days … $0.25 per day
- Music CDs … 21 days … $0.25 per day
- Adult DVDs … 7 days … $0.25 per day
- Juvenile DVDs … 7 days … None*
- Reference Materials … Non-circulating … N/A
Maximum Overdue charge is $5.00 per item.
* For Juvenile and YA items owned by EPL checked out at EPL.
History of the Library
Read about the Edgerton Public Library’s history here.
Library Board Members
Michelle Counter, Board President, School District Representative
Mark Irgens, Vice President
Chris Severson, Treasurer
Erin Springstead, Secretary
- Robert Reynolds, City Council Representative
Friends of the Library
You are invited to join the Friends of the Edgerton Public Library. The Friends organization supports library service in Edgerton through fundraising projects and volunteering as needed.
The Friends sponsor the
- Quarterly book sales
- Winter Read program
- Summer library program for children (in part)
Membership requirements are payment of annual dues ($6 for an individual, $10 for family, $50 for corporate) and completion of a membership form.
You can help give the people of Edgerton quality reading material, information, programming, and facilities improvement.
The Edgerton Public Library Memorial Fund gives the opportunity for people and organizations to help the library through donations. Gifts and bequests are welcome. The Memorial fund is distinct from the Friends of the Library. Talk to any library worker for information.
The Edgerton Public Library enhances quality of life by providing opportunities for personal growth, learning, and enjoyment to area residents by making available a variety of resources and expert assistance in a welcoming, comfortable facility.
101 Albion Street
Edgerton, WI 53534
Director: Kirsten Almo