Library Cards Geneva Public Library issues library cards free of charge to all who reside within the Geneva city limits, and/or within the Chelsea, Geneva, Madison, or Stanton townships in Fillmore County. Library cards expire one year after they are granted, and each year subsequently; and may be renewed with a simple phone call or visit to confirm their contact information.
Those who reside outside of Geneva city limits or in townships not mentioned above may obtain a library card for an annual fee of $20.
If you participate in the NebrasKard program through your home library, you may obtain a Geneva Public Library card free of charge.
Please stop in the library to complete a library card application, or click on "Sign Up" in the library's online Catalog.
Please bring these items when completing a library card application at the library:
Current photo identification.
Proof of current mailing address.
Children under age 18 must have a parent/guardian signature on their library card application.
There is a checkout limit of 50 print materials and audiobooks per library card (two renewals).
There is a checkout limit of 10 Blu-ray, DVD, and VHS movies, and music cd's, per library card (no renewals).
Fees & Renewing Materials
Overdue print materials and audiobooks are charged $0.10 per day.
Overdue movies and music are charged $1.00 per day.
Print materials and audiobooks check out for a two week loan period, and can be renewed twice.
Movies and music check out for a one day loan period, and cannot be renewed.
All materials may be renewed in person, by calling the library during open hours, by logging into your account in the online Catalog at any time.
Contact Library Staff There are many ways to get in touch with library staff, during regular library hours.