Getting a card for your child

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  • A child is defined as any one under 18 years of age.
  • If you wish to obtain a card for your children they do not need their own identification; you may use your ID to get them cards. (Two forms of ID required, one with your current address.) You must sign the registration card for them.
  • Children over 12 years of age who have their own forms of required identification may get a library card themselves. You do not need to sign the registration card .
  • Children under 7 years of age must not be left unattended at any time, including when participating in programs.
  • If you wish for your children to avoid specific titles, library collections or topics, you must arrange that with your children. Library staff can assist in making recommendations or finding requested items but will not censor.
  • Access to the internet and videos requires a parent’s permission in person. You accept responsibility for selection of videos as well as use of the internet. Please familiarize yourself with our videos and internet policy before granting this permission.

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