Reserve a Computer

Request a Waunakee Public Library computer to be saved for a specific time

Reserve Our Meeting Room

Patrons are welcome to reserve time slots in our meeting room, located in the adult study area upstairs. The meeting room is not to be used for sales, advertisements or private parties. The room accommodates a maximum of 18 people.

Meetings must be open to the public. The meeting room contains book collections that must stay accessible, so patrons or librarians may enter the room during a meeting. Please read our Meeting Room Policy before calling the library to reserve the room. Call 608-849-4217, and a librarian will assist you.

Get a Library Card

Patrons may register for a library card at any time during open library hours. Please bring a photo ID and proof of current address with you.

Library Materials and Services

Waunakee Public Library features many items for check-out with a library card. Materials include books, magazines, audio books, videos, music cds, storyboxes and more. Search for available library materials by using our online catalog, LINKcat.

Telecirc (aka Harriet)

From a Touchtone Phone: Call "Harriet" at (608) 242-4700 and use your LINKcat library card to renew items, get a list of all items you have out, when they are due, items currently on the hold shelf for you and more.

Homebound Service

Those confined to their homes, permanently or temporarily, may request delivery of materials. Please call the library at 608-849-4217.

Special Services

If you need a signing interpreter, materials in alternate formats, or other accommodations to access a library program or meeting, please contact us at 849-4217. Please give us at least one week's advance notice so that arrangements can be made. The library is ADA accessible.


Black and white copies can be made for 10¢ per page. We have a color copier in the lower level. Color copies may be made for $1.00 each. The copier also may be used free of charge as a scanner, though you must bring a flash drive or purchase one for $8.00.

Scan/Fax Station

At the upper level scan station, scan to a USB drive, Google Drive, email, or scan to print. It can convert your books, documents and photos into pdfs, word or jpeg files. We also have a multi-page scanner available for faxing at $1/fax.

Computers and the Internet

The library has eleven internet stations, as well as free wireless access, for public use. All computers have Microsoft Office for word processing and are connected to a printer. Black and white print-outs are 10¢ each, and color is $1. Computers may be used for two hours each day. If additional time is needed, please ask a librarian to extend your session before it ends.