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How do I get a library card?
The library will issue a borrower card to anyone meeting all requirements of either #1 or #2.
- Permanent Residents of Coconino County (18 years of age and older) ...
A current Government issued I.D. with name, address, and picture (or valid Federal Military license) (must be the original I.D., NOT a photocopy); and
Proof of a local mailing address (examples: Utility bill, checkbook with imprinted address, envelope with a current postmark). General Delivery is NOT acceptable.
Will be residing in Coconino County for a minimum of 30 days.
- NAU and CCC students ...
A current Government issued I.D. with name, address, and picture; and
A current NAU or CCC I.D. and
Proof of a local mailing address (see above for examples). General Delivery is NOT acceptable.
Youth under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian show a current state issued I.D. with name, address, and picture, and proof of a local mailing address. Library cards are issued at the Circulation Desk.
Borrowers will be issued a Borrower Card for a period of THREE years.
Persons who do not have the required identification may petition for an exception by completing a Borrower Application Exception form.
When obtaining your library card, be sure to obtain a PIN, which allows you many more privileges with your library card. Learn more about getting a PIN number.
If you have any further questions, please call the Library at (928) 213-2330, or ask a staff member the next time you visit the Flagstaff Public Library.