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Clintonville Public Library

The main entrance to the Clintonville Public Library  


The Clintonville Public Library is located at the corner of Eighth and Hemlock Streets.  The 14,000 square foot building was built in 1991 and currently houses 61,528 items.  The library is a member of the Outagamie Waupaca Library system and provides access to items from over 50 libraries in Northeastern Wisconsin through its online catalog.  The online catalog can be accessed over the Internet in the library or from your home or office.  Items can be reserved and renewed through the libraries web site.  In addition to books and other items available from the library include videos, CDs, audiocassettes and magazines.  Five public computers are available on a first come, first served basis for accessing the Internet or doing word processing.  We also have Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) available and have some computers available for Internet access to the public. Children's programs are held year-round.  To find out more about library services call (715) 823-4563 or visit the library's web site at

Library Board

Public Library Employees


Jamison Hein

Library Director

Employed since 2008



Ashley Borman


Employed since 2013



Diane B. Raschke

Children's Librarian

Employed since 2001




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