Library Cards

Residents of all ages living within FVRL's library district (Klickitat, Skamania, or Clark counties outside Camas city limits, and Woodland or Yale Valley Library District) are eligible for a card free of charge. Others may be eligible for a free, reciprocal card or purchase a non-resident card. Take a look at the various types of cards and their privilege levels to find the one for which you are eligible. Then apply using one of the methods below.

1. Apply now for an eCard

Complete the registration form to get immediate access to our digital collection including eBooks & eAudio*, eResources, music* and streaming video*. Use of physical materials is excluded, although you may place two holds on physical items. You may upgrade to an Everything card by visiting a library. eCards are limited to residents of the FVRL service district who don't already have a card. 

2. Apply in person for an Everything Card

Get a card with all the benefits of an eCard* plus access to physical materials.  Register at any staffed library. You’ll be asked for photo identification. You may print and fill out the application (also in español and русский) in advance of your visit.
*Access to certain digital items is restricted to residents only. Camas residents will be issued a Camas library card.

3. Apply in person for an Educator Card

Educators may register for a special card to borrow physical materials for classroom use or curriculum support. Read the Educator Card Brochure or print out an application for more information. 

What might you do with your card?

You may borrow materials, access eResources and take full advantage of the services at any FVRL location. You may read more specific information about card privileges online. Printable Welcome to the Library brochures are available in English, español, and русский.

Your Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for any item that anyone checks out using your card.
  • Return or renew checked-out materials on or before the due date.
  • Let us know promptly of any changes to your address or other contact information. Here's how.
  • Report lost or stolen library cards by coming in or contacting us online or by phone.
  • Promptly pay any fees accrued on your account. Here's how.

Borrowing, Renewing and Returning Items

Requesting library items (Holds)

Receiving notices

Maintaining and using your account

Account privacy

FVRL protects the privacy of all account holders, regardless of age. If you need information about another cardholder's account (child, parent, spouse, etc.):

  • In person: You must have the library card or owner of the card with you so that he/she can give permission.
  • Via My Account: Log in with the correct library card number and PIN.
  • By Phone, Chat or Text: You must provide the cardholder's full name, card number, and PIN or date of birth.