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Library Membership Fees:
City and County Residents and neighboring indigenous communities - Free
Out of City or County - $25 per person
Temporary Residents - $25
Institutional - $500
Replacement Cards - $2 individual, $5 family Max
Exam Proctoring: $25
ID size - $2
Letter size or smaller - $3
Legal size $5
11X17 size $5
Faxing(Outgoing only): $1 per page
We may do incoming faxing if you call us and set it up first as we do not always have access to incoming faxes. But it would be $2.00 per page.
Single B & W (8½”x11”, 8½”x14”) - $0.25
Double-sided B & W (8½”x11”, 8½”x14”) - $0.50
Single color (8½”x11”, 8½”x14”) - $0.50
Double-sided color (8½”x11”, 8½”x14”) - $1
Single B & W 11 x 17 - $0.50
Single color 11 x 17 - $1.00
Double-sided B & W 11 x 17 - $1.00
Double-sided color 11 x 17 - $2.00
Scanning and emailing of documents is a case by case service. $5.00 per transaction up to 10 pages. Please enquire in advance if someone is available to do this.
B & W - $0.25 per page
Colour - $0.50 per page
Books, magazines, audio books, graphic novels $0.25 per day
Movies, Fast Flicks, Fast Fiction, music cd's, storytime-in-a-bag, book club kits video games, Kobos $1.00 per day
Fines accumulate to a maximum of $20.00 or cost of lost item
***Other items loaned for a fee by the library - Board games, giant yard and indoor games, overhead projector, digital projector, large screen, use of Community Room with Smartboard.
Programs by partnership
Wetaskiwin Public Library offers Storytimes, bookclubs, author readings, movie screenings, summer reading programs, children’s imagination station activities, presentations and workshops.
Library staff are available to do programs in partnership with your organization
at your school, senior complex or a community place.
Wetaskiwin Public Library provides research assistance for informational enquiries and/or any other question that you may have. Please feel free to call us at 780.361.4446.
Free one-on-one Computer assistance is available at the library for anyone. The instructor will be available to help you with basic personal computing needs, including internet and email. Please call us at 780-361-4446 if you have any questions.
*Also included in your library membership is a database called Lynda.com (you can find it on our eResources page) that has short length and full length software courses for free.
Wetaskiwin Public Library is pleased to offer patrons with print disabilities such as mobility impairments, visual impairment, dyslexia, or other reading difficulties the use of a Daisy Reader and thousands of audiobooks through the CELA, here is the link to the self registration form.
Homebound Delivery is a service intended for patrons who are unable to come to the library due to permanent or temporary disability, illness, injury, or limitations in mobility or transportation. Patrons can participate in the service permanently, seasonally, or for a predetermined length of time.
The Homebound Delivery Service is available free-of-charge to all Wetaskiwin Public Library patrons within the service area regardless of age or economic status.
To Register or enquire, please phone Bonnie at 780-361-4446.
Tours and Visits
We can arrange a specially designed visit to the library for your students, clients,
or social group and highlight a specific topic or an area of interest.
To learn about class visits or group tours, please call Tamara at 780 361 4446.
Looking for a guest speaker for the next meeting of your community organization?
We’d be pleased to talk to your group about public library’s resources and services.
Gently used books for sale
We offer a small selection of used books for sale by donation. The used book racks are located at various places in the library. We will also be holding our annual used book sale in September or October.
Acceptable forms of id when acquiring a library membership:
Picture ID from an official source and one of the following:
Proof of Residence issued by the landlord of a Commercial Property Management Company
Proof of Residence issued by the responsible authority of a First Nations band or reserve
Proof of Residence issued by the responsible authority of a Supportive Living Facility or Treatment Center
Bank/credit card statement or personal cheque
Correspondence issued by a school, college or university
Government cheque or cheque stub
Income/property tax assessment notice
Insurance policy or coverage card
Letter from a public curator, public guardian or public trustee
Pension Plan statement of benefits, contributions or participation
Residential lease or mortgage statement
Statement of government benefits, for example:
Disability support, or
Child tax benefit
Utility bill, for example:
Public Utilities Commission
Hydro, gas or water
Vehicle ownership, registration or insurance certificate