Due to the Marshalltown Public Library being closed to the public, we are now offering people the opportunity to sign up for a digital library card.
NOTE: If you already have a Marshalltown Public Library card, you do not need a digital card to access digital materials. This is a new way for people to sign up for a library card without being present in a building.
A digital library card will work as a temporary, three-month card that will allow you to use our digital materials, including:
- eBooks and eAudiobooks via Bridges
- eBooks, eAudiobooks, comics, movies, TV shows, and music via Hoopla
- eBooks and eAudiobooks for kids and teens on Tumblebooks
- online databases or other resources such as The New York Times.
Some digital materials, including all streaming video and downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks, are only available to residents of Marshalltown, rural Marshall County, Haverhill, and Ferguson.
After three months, digital cardholders can come to the library with proof of name and address to pick up their physical card.
Fill out the form below.
Digital Card Application
A Marshalltown Public Library representative will reach out via email in the next two business days with instructions on how to start using your card.