To get a new library card, we require a current photo-ID with a proof of current address. If your photo ID does not have a current address, we will accept any two of the following proofs of address and identification - cancelled mail (such as a utility bill), a voter's registration card, checkbook, passport, military ID, birth certificate, or social security card. If signing up a child under the age of 16, a parent or legal guardian's information will be taken.

 How can you use a library card?


  • Checking out books, audio books on CD, DVDs, e-books, e-audio books, comic books and other graphic novels, magazines, and other reference/research materials.

  • Researching your family's genealogical history with our vast collection, as well as our online databases.

  • Using our Public Access computers for research, resume help, job searching, studying for school, surfing the web, and printing out any number of things - from invitations to return labels!


Can you think of a way you use your card that we didn't mention above? Visit one of our locations to let us know. We would love to hear it from you!




September is National Library Card Sign-up Month!

Check out what each location has in store this month when you sign up for a new card, and what you can do if you already have a card!



Library Card Sign-up Month History

The campaign started in 1987 as a response to then Secretary of Education William Bennett, who stated,

"Lets have a campaign - Every child should obtain a library card and use it."