The following policies governing library operations have been approved by the West Bend Community Memorial Library Board of Trustees.

Acceptable Internet Use Policy - To use the public internet computers at the library, you must agree to these guidelines.

Bulletin Board Policy - Want to advertise on our bulletin board? Here's what to do.

Charitable Organization Donation Policy - Want to collect donations for your organization at the library? Here's what you need to know.

Displays Policy - Find out how to show off your collection in the library's display areas.

Donation Policy - Learn more about what types of materials the library accepts as donations.

Holds Pickup Policy - Want to give someone else permission to pick up your items? Check this out.

Homebound Delivery Policy - Washington County, WI residents who cannot physically come to the library may be eligible for delivery services. View this policy to learn more!

Interlibrary Loan Policy - Need an item that's not available in the Monarch Library System? Here's what you need to know.

Laptop Loan Policy - How to check out a laptop for individual use inside the library.

Library Card Registration Policy - What do you need to check out a library card? 

Materials Selection and Reconsideration Policy - How do librarians decide which items to purchase, and for which collections?

Meeting Room Policy - Everything you need to know about reserving one of the library's meeting rooms.

Patron Rules of Conduct - General guidelines for library users. [Updated 2021]

Proctored Exam Policy - Need an exam proctored? Here's what to do.

Public Records Access - City of West Bend - Learn more about accessing public records.

Special Holiday Closings Policy - Find out, generally, when the library is closed for holidays.

Tornado Emergency Policy - What happens if there is a tornado warning or watch?

Wireless Internet Policy - What to know before connecting to the library's free wi-fi.

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