Library Services

Library Cards

All area residents aged 5 and up are eligible for a free library card at Etowah Carnegie Library. Learn more about signing up for library card here.


Computer & Internet Access

Etowah Carnegie Library offers nine (9) computers for public use. Each computer has internet access and word processing software (MS Office). To use one of our computers, present your library card at the circulation desk and you will be given an access code.

Computer & Internet Use Policy

Internet Safely Policy


Free WiFi is available 24 hours a day.


Copy & Fax

We offer the following fax and copy services:

Black and white copies: $0.25/page

Color copies: $0.50/page

Fax: $2.00/first page; $1.00/each additional page

Scanner use: Free


Interlibrary Loans

Etowah Carnegie Library participates in a statewide interlibrary loan program that allows us to borrow books from other libraries. If you are unable to find a book in our collection, we can order it for free via an interlibrary loan! Please call the library for more information.


Exam Proctoring

We offer proctoring for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Boating Safety Exam. The exam is online and administered by appointment only. Please call the library for more information.

TWRA Boating Education Information


Voter Registration & Tax Documents

Etowah Carnegie Library provides common tax documents and voter registration forms. These documents are free for library visitors to take. Our librarians are not tax professionals and cannot help you fill out these forms, but we would be happy to connect you with someone who can. Please call the library if you have any questions about tax forms or voter registration.

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IRS Resources


Digital Resources

Our card catalog is available online through the VERSO circulation system. You can also use VERSO to renew your books and place holds online. Click here for more information.

We also provide library card holders with access to digital resources including Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) and Tennessee R.E.A.D.S., which are virtual collections offering free resources to Tennessee residents. Learn more about TEL and R.E.A.D.S. here.