Who can get a library card?
Enid Public Library provides access to all Enid & Garfield County residents. A librarian will need to see a valid photo ID as well as proof of mailing address.
Examples of valid photo ID:
- Driver's License or state issued Identification Card;
- Military ID;
- Other forms of ID.
Examples of mailing address:
- Current on your ID;
- Utility bill;
- Car registration;
- Other digital documents or bills.
If unable to provide proof of mailing address, the library will provide a verification postcard that may be filled out at the library service desk. The postcard will be mailed to you. Upon receipt of the postcard, bring postcard with you into the library and a library card will be issued at that time.
Signing Up Children
Those under 18 will need a legal parent/guardian to sign them up for a library card. The parent/guardian will need to provide a photo ID and proof of a current mailing address.
There is no age limit required to get your first library card!
Does it cost anything to get a library card? Nope! It's absolutely free!
I don't want to check out any books, but I'd like a library card to use the internet. Can I do that? Absolutely! Fill out an application and check "Internet Only." We will still need to see a valid photo ID.
Do library cards expire? Every 3 years, we'll contact you to update your information.
How many books can I check out? The first day, the limit is 2 items. After your information is updated in the system, the check out limit is 50 items. Visit our Using the Library page for more information.
Do you have overdue fines? Nope! As long as you return the book undamaged, we have no fines!
Does my library card give me access to anything else? It sure does! Visit our Find Info & Articles page to learn more. You can access free online classes, study materials, two digital libraries, genealogy resources, and more!