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How do I get a library card?

Visit any library branch to register for a library card. Please refer to our Patron Registration Policy. Full use of library privileges requires proof of residency. Without proof, a non-verified card can be issued with limits. Once you have your card, find out more on our Get Started Using the Library page.


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1. What are the hours and locations of the library branches?
2. How do I get a library card?
3. What do I do if my library card doesn't work, or I lose my library card?
4. Can I check my library account from home?
5. What other materials besides books are available at the library?
6. What other services and programs are available to patrons?
7. Is there internet access at the library?
8. What type of social media does Pasco Libraries use?
9. I don't live in Pasco County. Can I use the library?
10. How many items may I check out at one time?
11. How do I reserve, renew, or request materials?
12. Can I use the computers to find employment and other government services?
13. Can I buy a bus pass at the library?
14. Can I buy a pet license at the library?
15. Can I register to vote at the library?
16. Why are there time limits to use library computers?
17. Why is my library sometimes closed during and after a weather emergency?
18. How can I volunteer at, or donate to, Pasco County Libraries?
19. Still have a question?