- Resident Services
- Social Services
Go to any of the 14 branches of the Wellington County Library. Please bring photo identification and proof of address.
Yes! We encourage children to have their own library cards. A parent or guardian will have to sign each child's card, and will be responsible for items taken out on the card until the child turns 16 years old.
Let the library know right away! You are responsible for all materials borrowed on your card. There is a $2.00 fee to replace a lost or damaged card.
Your PIN is your Personal Identification Number. You need your library card number and a PIN to access many of our online services, such as eBooks or online research tools. Speak to library staff if you have lost your PIN or are not sure what it is.
Wellington County Library has a number of agreements with neighbouring library systems that allow non-residents to use our services. A non-resident is someone who does not live in Wellington County or pay taxes to the County. Students who do not live in the County but who attend school within Wellington County do not have to pay a non-resident fee.
If you live or pay taxes in the area of any of the following library systems, you may sign up for a Wellington County Library card:
Bring photo identification with proof of address to any Wellington County Library branch to sign up for an account with us.
If you do not live or pay taxes in one of those areas, non-residents of Wellington County pay a fee of $120 to borrow library materials.