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How do I get an OKC library card?

How do I get an OKC library card?

If you live in or own property in Oklahoma City or Oklahoma County, you can get a card for free. If you are 16 or younger, a parent or guardian must be present to co-sign the application and card.

How do I apply for a library card online?

Browse your local library’s website and look at the instructions for applying for a library card. You might see an “Apply Online” button, an email address, or other instructions. Be sure to check that the application process doesn’t require you to show up at the library in person.

Are online library cards free?

Yep, you can get a library card for ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, movies, & even online classes from libraries nowhere near you! Some libraries offer these cards for free while others charge an annual fee on a per person or per household basis. are available via the library cards you have.

Where can I get a library card in Oklahoma City?

Anyone who lives, attends school, works at a school, or pays property taxes in Oklahoma City or Oklahoma County can receive a Metropolitan Library System card for free. If you meet one of these qualifications, you can apply for a card online (and begin using it immediately) or you can apply for a card at any Metro Library location.

How to get a primary library account in Oklahoma?

We also offer a Library by Mail service for residents of Oklahoma County who are homebound or over 65. Contact Library by Mail at 405-606-3295 for more information and to determine eligibility. Apply for a primary account today! The online application determines eligibility based on your home address.

What do you need to get a library card in California?

To apply for a library card, you must be a California resident and provide a government issued photo ID such as your valid Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, Consulate ID card or an active Military ID. To apply for a Library Card, fill out the online library card application form. Please note: Identification and Residency required.

Can you use an OC Public Library ecard?

An eCard provide access to online databases and downloadable eMedia. eCards may not be used to borrow, place holds on material from the library, nor is it valid for use of the public Internet computers at the libraries. Patrons who already have an OC Public Libraries card already have this access and do not need an eCard.

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