npl-librarycard-croppedAnyone who lives or works in Norwich may register for a library card free of charge. If you don’t live or work in Norwich, then you can get a library card by paying a fee. These fees are equal to the tax support received from the Town of Norwich as of March 2014.

  • Non-Norwich residents:   $73.00 per family
  • Seniors (65+):  $20.00

All Library patrons are encouraged to have their own cards. To sign up for a card, please come to the Library with a local identification or other proof of address (driver’s license, property tax statement, etc.). Patrons aged 15 and younger and must come with an adult who can sign the registration accepting responsibility for borrowed materials.

OneCard is a service of Vermont Upper Valley libraries that allows patrons aged 16 and olderOnecardMerged copy to borrow materials from a wider network of participating libraries. Participating libraries include Ascutney, Bradford, Chelsea, Corinth, Fairlee, Hartford, Hartland, Norwich, Quechee, Wilder, and Windsor.

To participate, stop by the Library to get the OneCard sticker added to your library card. You must have your library card with you to borrow items from participating libraries, and you must return items to the same library where you checked them out.

Tip: You can limit your catalog search to OneCard libraries. Choose OneCard from the list of libraries you can search, located at the far right of the search bar near the “Go” button. OneCard appears near the very bottom, under “Groups.”