Library memberships are free to anyone who lives or works in Elmore County. Out-of- county memberships are $15 per individual and $25 per family and are good for three years.
To obtain a Wetumpka Library Card you need to bring one picture ID and one other additional item showing your current address. Examples of this second item are printed checks, bills, hunting or fishing licenses, etc. A parent or guardian may get a library card for any child 6 years old or older. A parent or guardian must sign for their child’s library card if the child is under 18 years of age.
Regional cards may also be obtained here and entitle the holder to apply for library memberships at all 8 libraries in the Horseshoe Bend Regional Library System free of charge. The counties covered by this system are Elmore, Coosa, Tallapoosa, and Lee. The same id requirements for the Wetumpka Library card are required to obtain a Regional Card.
Search the catalog, place items on reserve, or to renew your items. When prompted, use your last name OR library card number for username and your library card number again for pin number. Do not type in any leading zeros.
To access your account as well as this catalog from your phone, download the Librista App for Apple or Android. Username and password are both your library card number.
NEW: The Alabama Virtual Library (AVL) now offers Geo-Location authentication to its users. Geo-Location will allow most users to access AVL from home without the need for an AVL username and password.
The library offers ebooks and digital audiobooks through it’s membership in Camellia Net, Alabama’s Digital Library. Powered by Overdrive, Wetumpka Library patrons may check out up to 10 items at a time with a library card in good standing.
NEW! You may now download a free tutor.com app on your iPhone or Android. To sign in on this app you must first create a free membership from the library’s tutor.com website.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) acquires books, articles and government publications not already owned by the Wetumpka Public Library.
Public Internet Access: The Wetumpka Public Library has computers for public use with Internet access in order to make available a vast array of information resources and to allow members of the public to become familiar with state-of-the-art information technology. The Library also has Wi-fi access. The Wi-fi code is available at the circulation or reference desk.
Log in or register if this is your first visit and enjoy exploring this new and improved site. Watch the tutorial video.
A notary public is usually available Mon-Fri 8 -11 a.m., and 12-5 p.m. Phone library at 567-1308 to confirm. There is no charge for this service.
NOTE: Bring a photo ID and do not sign until you are in the presence of the notary.
Photo Copying, Scanning and Faxing
Photocopies and computer printouts are $.25 a page for black and white and $.50 for color.
Documents may be scanned to your jump drive, or sent as an email, for $1 per job (twenty pages or less).
Faxing is available at $1.00 a page incoming or outgoing, local or long distance.
You may renew your items when visiting the library, by telephone, or online at our website. You may renew your items a total of four times as long as the item is not on reserve.
The phone number to the library is printed on your library card, or click to call 567-1308. Please have your patron number handy for quicker service.
Refer to Search Catalog and View Accounts to renew your items online.
Test Proctoring Services are available at the library Monday -Friday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for a fee of $20 per session. Please contact the library director to schedule proctoring.