Using the Library
Get a Library Card
Due to safety restrictions currently in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Library is not able to issue new library cards. CLICK HERE to learn more about these restrictions and services being offered at this time.
In order to get a library card, applicants need a current photo ID and an item with the applicant's proof of current address. An ID may be used for both if the ID is not expired and has the patron's current address on it. If the address is not current, the applicant will need another item with the patron's current address displayed.
If the applicant is under the age of 18, he/she must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with a current ID and proof of address. It is suggested that children are at least in Kindergarten before getting their own card.
Applications are available at the Circulation Desk of the Huron Public Library. You may choose between a wallet-sized card or a smaller version that can be attached to a keychain. Lost cards cost $1 to replace. Please report lost or stolen cards to the Library as soon as possible, as the Library is not responsible for fines accrued on a lost card if the card is has not been reported lost.
Patrons are only allowed to have one library card from a CLEVNET library at a time with exceptions for some libraries that have unique card circumstances, like the use of a Teacher Card.
A teacher card is available to educators and homeschool teachers who live or teach in Huron, OH. This card is issued in addition to a teacher's personal library card and allows teachers to borrow books for four weeks. To qualify for a teacher card, a teacher must have the name, address, and phone number of the school they teach at, as well as a form of photo ID, such as a driver's license.
333 Williams St.
Huron, Ohio 44839