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Library Cards

Check current tax bill or call the library to determine residential status

Residential:  (Talcott Free Library listed on tax bill)
All residents and property owners of Rockton Township are eligible for a library card.
            Issued for 3 years
            No charge
            Proof of residency
            Children 6-17 years – Parents/Guardian must sign registration card.

Non-Residential: (No regional library listed on Winnebago County tax bill)

A non-resident library card may be purchased at the “closest public library in the school district in which non-resident has his or her principle residence.”

Cards are issued for one year. Cost of card is based on the taxable value of propery of primary residence (same structure used for resident card holders).

Valid Talcott Library cards may be used at area libraries