Anyone who lives, works or attends school in Ohio may apply in person for a library card.
Each person is responsible for all items checked out on his/her card and agrees to abide by the lending rules, policies, and regulations of the Wilmington Public Library of Clinton County.
Adult library card
To obtain a library card, a person 18 years or older must show photo identification with proof of current address. They must then complete and sign the library card application form.
A valid driver’s license or state identification card with the current address is an acceptable form of picture identification with proof of current address. If neither of these is available, an item from list A (picture ID) AND an item from list B (proof of address) will be accepted.
LIST A (photo ID)
LIST B (proof of address)
Exceptions to the above listed requirements
- Persons with disabilities, seniors, and homeless. Homeless persons will need a letter of introduction written by the director of the homeless shelter.
- Emancipated minors must show legal documents to prove their adult status.
- Married minors must show marriage certificate to prove their adult status.
Minor library card
- A minor between the ages of 4 and 18, or younger upon the parent’s request, may obtain a library card provided that a parent or legal guardian completes the appropriate section of the application form and shows photo identification and proof of address.
- The minor must be able to write his/her first and last name on the application form. Exceptions will be made for disabled minors who are unable to sign the application form.
- Parent or legal guardian is responsible for all items checked out on the minor card. Parent or legal guardian agrees to abide by lending rules, policies, and regulations of the Wilmington Public Library of Clinton County.
- The responsibility for guiding the selection of materials for the minor falls to the parent or legal guardian and not the Wilmington Public Library of Clinton County.