How to Get a Card
In order to get a library card, you need some form of ID or paperwork with your full name. Some examples of documents that will work include a driver's license, credit card, debit card, checkbook, school ID, report card, birth certificate, social security card, passport, a copy of a lease, or an EBT card. The library will also ask for address information. The address does not need to be permanent. To print out a paper copy of the application, click here. You can also pick up an application at the circulation desk. Once your application is complete, bring it to the Circulation desk.
- Cards expire after 3 years.
- Ages 13+ can get a library card. For children under 13, there needs to be a grown-up present.
- There is $1.50 replacement fee for lost cards. ID is required for replacement cards.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and phone number, and birth date to receive electronic card information for use with electronic media including databases and digital content providers such as Hoopla and Libby. To change a temporary card to a physical card, come in with some form of ID and sign the registration form.
For individuals who do not reside in one of these counties, you must pay a nonresident fee of $20 to obtain a subscription card. This subscription card can be used at any of the 4CLS member libraries and will be active for one year.