Library membership is free of charge for any resident of Huron County. See the patron types table below to determine if you qualify for a free library membership.
New members must present one piece of photo identification with their mailing address included, in order to register for a library membership with the Huron County Library. Two pieces of identification may be required if photo ID not presented. One of these pieces of identification must include the current mailing address.
Children, under 16 years of age, who are unaccompanied by a parent or legal guardian are encouraged to present a signed letter of permission consenting to their library membership.
New applicants may fill out an Huron County Library Card Application Form. Applicants can print off a completed form and submit it to any of the 12 branches of the Huron County Library system.
Renew Library Membership
Please present your library card to staff upon each visit to the library. Notify the library as soon as possible if your address or telephone number changes.
To renew your library membership, there is no cost; however, you will also need to make sure there are no outstanding fines or fees on your account.
Special Patron Types
|Resident||Anyone who owns or rents property in Huron County|
|Reciprocal||Anyone who lives in a municipality in which Huron County Library shares borrowing privileges including: Bruce, Lambton, Middlesex, the Perth County Information Network (PCIN; excluding Perth South), Stratford Public Library, and Waterloo Regional Library|
|Contract Municipality||Anyone who lives in Perth South. Perth South has no library, but pays for its residents to have borrowing privileges from the Huron County Library|
|Non-Resident||Everyone else not included in the Resident, Reciprocal, and Contract Municipality categories. Membership fee is $70.00/household/year|
|Educational||Anyone from an educational facility wishing to borrow bulk materials for classroom use such as teachers, Early Years Centre staff or day care staff|
|Employees of County of Huron||Any person who is employed by the County of Huron. Proof of employment with the County of Huron is required in addition to the piece(s) of personal identification|