Library Services & Collection


  • Books, magazines, music, DVDs , Blu-rays, & video games for adults, teens, and children on a variety of subjects and entertainment including newspapers
  • Audio books and large print books
  • Local history - Ohio collection and the Willard Times Junction on microfilm from May 1883
  • Railroad collection - books and videotapes
  • Spanish collection - books and DVDs
  • Local Wakeman scrapbooks
  • eBooks, streaming movies and music, audio books, and magazines available through Overdrive and the Ohio Digital Library or OneClick Digital


  • Friendly, knowledgeable library staff to assist you. Staff can assist you with Reader’s Advisory and more.
  • We are part of the SEO Consortium. Items can be borrowed from all over Ohio.
  • Online Catalog Enterprise, includes EBSCO Discovery Service that allows you to search articles, newspapers, and more.
  • Internet Access, Wifi, Computers, copies, printers, lamination, fax machine, and scanner.
  • Meeting rooms, which are unavailable currently, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Historical Photograph Collection
  • For materials that this library system or the consortium does not have in its collection, the library maybe able to obtain elsewherejust ask our Reference Assistant,
  • Die cut machine and all of the dies are available for the public use during the Library’s regular hours. Users should furnish their own paper. Some paper may be available courtesy of Lakeside Book Company.
  • Ohio Public Library Information Network [OPLIN] provides numerous databases to the residents of Ohio through their public libraries. Find them on our Enterprise catalog or at the Ohio Web Library. 


It is easy to get a library card. 

Adults need:

  1. Driver’s license or photo ID with current address OR driver’s license and one of the following with name and current address:  a piece of mail, rent receipt, checkbook or other ID.
  2. A primary phone number

For children under 18:

  1. Parent or legal guardian must be present to sign
  2. Child must be five years old and able to write their first name.

Click here for our Access to Library Resources Policy regarding our Youth