117 South Central Ave. • PO Box 507 • Dresser, WI 54009 • 715-755-2944 • dresserpl@dresserpubliclibrary.org

Public LibraryABOUT US

Book Return
A book return is located directly in front of the library. Materials deposited afterhours in the book return are backdated to when the library was last open.

The library's book and audiovisual collection consists of over 60,000 items. The collection features audiobooks on CD; feature and documentary films and television series on DVD; music CDs; graphic novels; science fiction, mystery, romance, western and general fiction; easy readers, chapter books, picture books, and board books; and general non-fiction. There are also many e-books and e-audiobooks available for download.

The library receives the bulk of its funding from the Village of Dresser. Additional funding comes from Polk County, grants, local businesses, and individual donors.

The Dresser Junction Library was founded September 7, 1935 by the Dresser Women's Club. In the 1940s the name was changed to Dresser Village Library.

Interlibrary Loan
The library is a member of the MORE system and WISCAT. If you cannot find an item in the MORE catalog, we will try to obtain it from a library outside of the MORE system.

The library is located at 117 South Central Avenue, Dresser WI 54009

Mailing Address

117 South Central Avenue, PO Box 547, Dresser WI 54009-0547

Local History
The library maintains a small collection of local history materials. Further historical information about Polk County may be obtained from the Area Research Center and University Archives at the University of Wisconsin River Falls.

The library subscribes to a variety of magazines. These are available for one-week check out.


  • Standard Press
  • Osceola Sun

    Printing Fees
    The library charges $.10 per page photocopied or printed from the network printer.

    Faxing Fees
    The library charges $1.00 for the first page and $.50 per page after that. No charge for cover sheets.

    Scanning is free but you must bring your own portable USB device.

    Public Computers
    The library offers 3 computers for public use. Each computer offers access to the Internet and is equipped with MS Office. Initial sign-up is for one hour; a session may be extended for an additional hour, if there are no other people waiting. Maximum computer time is 2 hours per day.


    • Leann French, Library Director
    • Linda Bowitz, Library Assistant
    • Jim Schott, Library Assistant   


        Free Wi-Fi is available to the public.