How do you get a public library card?


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Get a public library card by completing an application and providing a photo identification card. You must also typically provide a valid proof of residence.

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The Los Angeles Public Library offers free library cards to the residents of California. People can use their California driver’s license, credit card statements or passports as proof of residency. Applicants who are under the age of 18 do not have to provide identification cards but must provide a parent or guardian’s signature on the application. Individuals can complete an application online or in person at any Los Angeles Public Library branch.

California residents can apply for a Santa Monica Public Library card at any of the library's five locations. Non-Santa Monica residents have to pay a $25 annual fee. Individuals need to fill out a library card application and provide a valid form of identification. They may submit a consular card with current residence or a school photo identification card. Applicants who are under the age of 12 must have a parent or guardian sign the application.

Adults in Fayette County, Kentucky can apply for a card at Lexington Public Library by completing an application and submitting a photo identification card along with proof of current address. Students who attend a school in Fayette County can get a card by providing their student identification card and proof of current address.

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