Need A Library Card?
Print out the application form or get an application form at your library.
Photo ID and proof of current address are required. These could be a MN driver's license, MN State ID; employer's ID, plus anything that shows your present address.
Library cards are free. Replacement for lost cards is $3.00.
Books: 2 weeks
Audio books: 2 weeks
Magazines: 2 weeks
Internet hotspots: 2 weeks
Renewals may be done in person, by phone or through the Online Catalog. The item cannot be renewed if it has a hold, the renewal limit for the item has been reached, or the patron has been blocked due to fines or fees of $5.00 or more or more than 5 items overdue.
Items borrowed from outside the Plum Creek Library System cannot be renewed unless a special request is made.
For more information on how to renew, see our How Do I? page.
The library system is Fine Free!
Large Print Books
Young Adult Books
Video on DVD
Wireless Internet Access
Adult Programs and Events
Summer Reading Programs
Winter Reading Program
1,000 Book Before Kindergarten
If the library location you are at doesn't have the item you want, we can pull it from another library all at no charge to you. We can get items from all over Minnesota and bring them to the library for you to pick up and check out, all for free. To find items that you can get through interlibrary loan, go to our catalog for all Plum Creek items or MNLink for items statewide and place a hold. For more information on how to place holds, see our How Do I? page or ask your local librarian for help.
You can now checkout the Internet from the library! A mobile Internet hotspot uses cellular access to create a WiFi connection, allowing people to connect to the Internet where there is not typically strong, or any, WiFi access. The library System has received six hotspots to be checked out by our patrons.
These hotspots were made available through The Minnesota State Library, a division of the Minnesota Department of Education that created a connectivity grant for libraries across the state. This program is partially funded with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using federal funding, CFDA 45.310, Library Services and Technology Act (LS-00-19-0024-19) Grants to States.
Hotspots can be checked out by any county resident with a library card in good standing. They may not be placed on hold, but are available on a first come, first serve basis. Since they are a limited resource, they are checked out for two weeks and cannot be renewed.
Homebound delivery of library materials is available to patrons who are unable to come to the library because of advanced age, extended illness, physical/ mental limitation. Delivery will be made to residents within the city limits of Westbrook. Patrons can choose from the library's wide selection of books, large print books, magazines, audiobooks, DVD's, and more. Anyone who needs this free service can call the library for more information.