Get a Library Card

Residents age 13 and under must have a parent or legal guardian present to accept responsibility for the minor’s account.  (Read the full Circulation Policy.)

To receive a card for the first time, you must verify identification and residency by choosing one option from each column below:

Column 1:
Verify Identification

Column 2:
Verify Residency

A)  Government issued photo ID
  • Must show your name
  • May be either State or Federal


B)  High school issued photo ID

  • Must show your name
  • Must be the current school year
A)  Showing one:
  • Current lease or mortgage statement
  • Utility bill, revolving account, or bank statement  issued within past 30 days
  • Official first class mail postmarked within past 30 days – “Or Current Resident” not accepted
  • Current car registration or auto insurance


B)  Having card mailed to residence

  • Initial restrictions apply, outlined below


Verification of Residency by Mail

You may choose to verify your residency by having the library card mailed to your residence. Library cards will not be mailed to a Post Office Box.

If at any time a library card or notice is returned to the library through the post office, your account may be stopped, and you may be asked to provide proof of residency from Column 2, choice A (above), before further use is granted.

On the day a mailed card is issued, you may check out up two print items.