We are so excited that you are interested in getting a library card. Library cards are free to those who live within the library's taxing area since your local property taxes already support us.  If you live outside of our taxing area, you may be eligible to purchase a card from us (more details found in the Who Can Get a Card? section of this page).  Once you have your card, you'll be able to instantly checkout items from our digital library, login to select eResources like Ancestry and Consumer Reports, and manage your account online.  This allows you to request, renew and pay late fees at your own convenience.  (Note: Your PIN defaults to the last four digits of your phone number).



There are two ways to register:

  1. Fill out the form on this page and within moments you will receive an email with your new library card number (if approved)
  2. Stop in the library and visit with a friendly member of our staff

If visiting in person, please bring a photo ID and two items that show your current address (we may not need them, but it's good to have them handy just in case).

Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Personal check
  • Current phone, gas, electric or cable bill
  • Mail postmarked within 30 days
  • Bank statement
  • Voter registration card
  • Lease agreement

Digital versions of the above are also accepted. 

For more information about who is eligible for a card, visit our How Do I? page.


Renewing Your Card

Your card is good for three years (or one year for a non-resident card).  When the time comes to renew, simply provide the necessary documentation, just as when you initially got your card.  We use this as an opportunity to update details like your address, phone number, email address.

Need to renew now?  Fill out this brief form and one of our excellent team members will follow up with you.