Admission to the Casselman Public Library is accessible and is free of charge to all Casselman residents and taxpayers. A ''resident'' is a person who pays rent inside Casselman's civic numbers limits. A ''taxpayer'' is a person who pays taxes to the Village of Casselman.
A confirmation of residency and a proof of identity will be required when registering at the Library.
An Ontario Driver's license permit is acceptable as proof of identity whereas in other circumstances an officially recognized proof of address may be required, such as the Ontario Photo Card, available at the Licence Bureau.
Each person will receive a valid membership card, for which the information will be updated each year. This membership card is required to borrow all types of library material or to use library services. All registered members are not allowed to loan their card and understand that they must inform the Library of any change of address or in cases where the card may be lost or stolen.
Children, including young children starting kindergarten, may have their own card which must be submitted by the child at each library visit. The parent or caregiver for children under the age of 18 must sign the registration form and accept responsibility for the children's loans and incurred fees.
Non-Resident Annual Fees
Non-residents may enjoy the same privileges as Casselman residents when paying the annual rates set by the Library, which are as follow:
- Adults : $40.00
- Family : $75.00 (residing at the same address)
- Students : $20.00 (for 18 and under, valid from September to June)
Members are responsible for all transactions with their card. Registered members are not allowed to loan their cards and understand that they must inform the Library of any change of address or in cases where the cards may be lost or stolen.
The replacement costs for lost cards are $5.00.