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Renew Your Library Card

Please use the form below to renew your library card.

Once you have submitted the form, you will receive an email confirmation. You will also receive an email from library staff when your card has been successfully updated or if we need additional information to complete the process.

In most cases, your card will be updated within 24 hours, except holidays and weekends.

If it has been 3 years or more since you last used your library card, you may request a new library card on our Get a Library Card web page. If you have used your library card within the last 3 years but have lost your card number, please use the Ask about Your Account web form for help.

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If mailing address is a box number, please provide street address:



If you are under the age of 18, please provide the name of a parent or guardian:



 

By submitting this form, you agree to the following:

The name, address, and all other information provided on this application are true and correct. I agree -

  • To follow all rules and regulations regarding use of my library card.
  • To pay all fines, costs, or fees assessed by the District for overdue, lost, or damaged materials.
  • That I am responsible for all materials checked out with my library card, with or without my consent, and for all other uses of the card.

I understand that -

  • My library card allows me to borrow materials, access Web site services, and use library Internet computers, software stations, and other library card-based services that may be made available.
  • Failure to follow rules and regulations regarding use of my library card may result in suspension of library privileges.
  • If fines, costs, or fees are not paid in a timely manner, my account may be referred to a collection agency and I will be responsible for any and all additional costs, including recovery fees permitted by state law and reasonable attorney's fees.