1. Where are the Brown County Libraries located and what are their hours?

The Brown County Library System is comprised of a Central Library, eight branches and a Bookmobile.  Getting to the library is convenient as most county residents can travel to any location within 20 minutes driving time.  More library FAQs.

2. How do I get a library card?

Library cards are FREE. If you are 18 years or older, apply for a library card online or in person. You must be a Wisconsin resident and bring a picture ID. Bring a piece of mail if your address is not current.

3. Where can I return library items?

Return items to any Brown County Library location regardless of where you checked it out. A few exceptions apply. For your convenience, 24-hour outside bookdrops are available at all locations for most materials.  More library FAQs.

4. Does the library have microfilm or microfiche reader/printers?

Yes, the Central Library houses the microfilm collection and is equipped with microfilm readers/printers. This equipment is available to the public during all hours of operation.