We are excited to share that we are offering contactless, curbside pick-up in front of the library!
Curbside pick-up is by appointment only. If you would like to take advantage of this service,
- Go to LINKcat to place holds on items currently available in Oregon Library (see this Help Page for tips or call (608) 835-3656 for assistance)
- Once you are notified that your hold is available, complete the curbside pick-up form.
- You'll receive an email with your assigned pick-up day and time.
Email us at email@example.com, call (608) 835-3656, or visit our FAQ for more information. We are not providing face-to-face assistance at this time, but are planning for our phased reopening.
The Oregon Public Library is closed until further notice.This decision was not made lightly and we will continue to carefully monitor the situation.
Due Dates Extended
All due dates for all items currently checked out have been extended to July 1. You will not accrue library fines while we are closed.
The book drop will be available for limited hours. For more information go to our Frequently Asked Questions.
- Tuesdays from noon to 4 pm
- Saturdays from 8 am to noon
The library subscribes to online resources. There is no need to leave the house!
There are so many online resources available for kids and not enough time to sort through them for quality options. The Library is here to help!
Learn a language, read magazines online, get craft ideas, find your next great read, research your investments and more! Start your research! Start your research!
eBooks & Audiobooks For All
Check out ebooks and digital audiobooks that can be downloaded to your device free with OverDrive. Go to wplc.overdrive.com and get started!
Don't have a library card? We don't want you to miss out on all the library's great online resources!
Request a Web Only Library Card so you can access our great online resources! Complete this short online form and we'll email you the information you need to get started. If you have a card but are having trouble using it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and card number.
When the library re-opens, you can come in with your photo ID to change your card status so you can also check out materials.
The Oregon Public Library is raising funds to build a new library as part of the Engaging, Growing, Learning Capital Campaign.
Your support is needed to help reach the fundraising goal of $4 million by the end of June. Your gift will make a difference in the lives of community members for years to come.
Make your donation to support this important community project!
Visit the capital campaign website to learn more.