Get a Library Card

Get access to everything FVRLibraries has to offer with an FVRL library card.

How do I get a card?

It's easy! You can...

...or visit a library during in-branch hours. You'll need valid photo ID and proof of address.

Special cards for special situations

  • Educator Card: For teachers who live or work in the FVRL district
  • Limited Card: For district residents without proof of address or without a parental signature (for minors)
  • Reciprocal Card: For residents of areas with which we have a reciprocal agreement
  • Non-Resident Card (fee-based): For anyone who doesn't qualify for one of our free cards
  • Does your child have FVRL digital access through their school? Find out more about our Connect Card.

Your responsibilities

Here's what you're agreeing to when you get a library card:

  • I accept responsibility for all items checked out to this account.
  • I agree to promptly pay all fees for lost or damaged materials.
  • I agree to follow all library rules and policies.
  • I will notify the library of any changes to my contact information.
  • I will notify the library if my card is lost or stolen.

For parent/guardians:

  • I understand that my minor child will need to be present or I will need their library card to access their library account.

For more details on card types and your responsibilities as a borrower, read the FVRL Board of Trustees' Library Privileges Policy.