Get a Library Card
The library is open for Grab & Go & Curbside service. If you live in Wheaton, you can apply online for a library card to access to premium databases and online learning resources. Fill out this form to get this Databases Only library card. Full WPL cardholders may download eContent (ebooks, audiobooks and magazines) and borrow physical materials. They may also place holds, LINKin and Interlibrary Loan requests.
To convert the Databases Only card into a WPL card with full privileges please come to the library during Grab & Go service with identification that shows your name and current Wheaton address. Residents younger than 18 must have a parent or guardian present to receive a WPL card. There is no charge for your library card if you live within Wheaton city limits. If you live in unincorporated Wheaton you may purchase a 1-year WPL card with full privileges and each member of your household receives a card. To calculate the cost, find the Net Taxable Value listed on your property tax bill and multiply it by 0.002810. That amount is valid through March 2021 and is included in your property taxes if you live within Wheaton city limits.
Learn more about borrowing including how to sign up for text notices.
Reference librarians are available to help with research, downloading an ebook or using an online resource. Call 630-868-7520, email firstname.lastname@example.org or chat from any page on our website.
Copy, Scan and Fax
- Photocopies are 10¢ per page for black/white and 25¢ per page for color
- Scan documents to USB, email or Google docs
- Send a fax for $1.00 per page
Museum Adventure Pass
Receive free admission or a special discount at participating Chicago area cultural destinations. Libraries have a limited number of passes for each participating organization, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. See the list of participating parks and museums.
There is no charge for our Notary service. Please call 630-868-7520 to be sure there is a Notary on duty before you come in. See the Notary Policy.
The League of Women Voters provides voter registration on the first Tuesday of each month from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The library delivers books and audiobooks to WPL cardholders who are unable to visit the library. Contact Bari Ericson at 630-868-7529 or email@example.com for more information.
Resources for Visually-Impaired Persons
- CCTV magnifies materials by 50X
- Information on Library of Congress Braille, talking book, and descriptive video service
- Magnifying glass available at the Reference Desk and Tech Center Desk