All policies are provided in PDF format (requires Adobe Reader).
Get a Library Card
Verona residents and anyone in the South Central Library System are eligible to receive a free Verona Public Library card with proof of address and a photo ID. If you are a Wisconsin resident, we can probably provide you with a library card; please ask! Other libraries in the state may do the same (excluding Milwaukee County).
Your library card can be used to check out materials, request materials from other LINKcat libraries, download free electronic books, audiobooks, and magazines using OverDrive, free online magazines, and use free subscription databases.
To apply for your free library card, fill out an application and bring in in to our service desk. Parents must sign the application for children under age 16.
- Printable library card applications, English, Español
- Circulation Policy, outlines rules for getting and using your library card
- Acceptable forms of ID for getting a library card
- Printable hold authorization form to pick up library holds for another person
Have a card already? The Verona Public Library accepts scannable card images stored in smart phones.
Lost cards can be replaced at no cost at the library. Please call (608) 845-7180 to report a lost or stolen library card.
Free Public Computer Use
With a library card you can use our free computer lab. Simply log on to an available computer with your library card number and PIN. Reserve a computer in advance.
Printing is $.10 per black and white page or $.25 per color page. To print wirelessly in the library, click here.
If you have a laptop or mobile device, you can also use the library's free wireless internet connection.
Meeting and Study Rooms
The library offers five study rooms (for 1-8 people) that can be reserved online in advance or may be available on a walk-in basis. See the Study Room Policy for further details.
Meeting rooms are for groups of eight or more people. See the Meeting Room Policy for regulations (Política sobre el Uso de la Sala de Reuniones).
Loan Periods and Fines
28 Days: Books, walk-in nonfiction, instruction kits, audio books, nonfiction video formats, and wi-fi hotspots
14 Days: New adult fiction, walk-in fiction, magazines, newspapers, music CDs, board games, and video games
7 Days: Fiction video formats
As of December 1, 2018, the Verona Public Library is no longer charging overdue fines for materials that are returned late. For more information on the library's fine free status, please visit our fine free page.
Most items can be renewed up to two times provided no one else has reserved the item. If provided with an email address, the library will send a courtesy pre-overdue notice two days prior to an item's due date. See the Circulation Policy for full details.
If an item is not available in our LINKcat online library catalog, staff at the Reference Desk may be able to request delivery from participating library systems through Outer-Library Loan. To request materials, please contact vpl [at] veronapubliclibrary.org.
Free exam proctoring services for online and/or distance education programs is provided during normal library hours by staff at the Reference Desk. Both written and online exams can be proctored. To request exam proctoring, please complete our Proctoring Service Request Form and email us (vplproctoring [at] veronapubliclibrary.org). Email vplproctoring [at] veronapubliclibrary.org for any proctoring-related questions.
Click here to request an accommodation to participate in library services, programs, or activities, or contact the library at 608-845-7180.