Library Cards
Information on getting a Library card is available in our FAQ pages, along with details on checkout periods, renewing, overdue items, placing holds and much more.

Library App
Compatible with iOS and Android devices. Search the catalog, check our hours, connect to download and streaming services, participate in reading programs and store your entire family's library cards to make holds pickup a snap. Find our app at

Computers and Wifi
Computers are located throughout the library. A library card is required to log on. Visitors may request a guest pass at any service desk. We also have free WiFi throughout the building.

A computer with a feeder scanner is also located on the second floor.

Printing and Copying
We have two printer copiers available for public use. The cost is $.15 for one-sided black and white and $.35 for one-sided color. Wireless printing is also available for devices on a Windows or Mac environment.

Meeting Rooms
The lower level meeting rooms can be booked up to six months in advance for public meetings. For more information, please read meeting room rules and regulations. To book a meeting room use the online form or call Library Administration at 832-6170.

We also have three rooms available for small group use on the second floor. These rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Tax Forms
The IRS and WI Dept of Revenue sends select forms to APL. Between the last week of January through tax filing day in April, tax forms and instructions can be found on the main level.

Notary Public
Several library staff members are notaries. Please call ahead to ask whether a notary public happens to be working: 920-832-6179. Notary Publics at the Library serve only as signature witnesses (with appropriate ID); they cannot notarize official documents (view a list of the most common types of notarizations to understand what we can and cannot notarize).

The City Clerk’s office, located on the 6th floor of City Hall across the street from the library, also provides notary service free of charge during regular City Hall business hours (8am - 4:30pm).

Hearing Loop
Our lower level meeting rooms are equipped with a hearing loop.

The hearing loop installation was funded by the Federal Library Services and Technology Act, awarded to the DPI by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services with additional funding provided by the Outagamie Waupaca Library System.

Walking Books
A materials delivery service is provided by volunteers to homebound patrons. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 832-6346 to arrange for this service or to volunteer to deliver library materials.