How to Get a Library Card

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Visit a Davis County Library Location
All library cards are issued in person to individuals aged 18 and older at any of our locations with appropriate identification. Parents/legal guardians may get a card for their children or dependents under the age of 18. 

  • Davis County residents are issued library cards free of charge.
  • Weber County residents may also get a Davis County library card for free due to our reciprocal checkout agreement with the Weber County Library.
  • Utah residents outside of Davis and Weber counties may be issued cards for a $65.00 annual fee.
  • Out of state residents are limited to checking out two items at a time by leaving a refundable cash deposit equal to the price of each item plus $4.00 per item. The non-resident fee of $65.00 will be charged upon the third use of this privilege.

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    Show Two Forms of Identification
    The Davis County Library requires two forms of ID:
    1. Picture Identification
      • Examples include: Driver's License; Military ID; Student ID; Sam's Club or Costco Card
    2. Identification showing current address
      • Examples include: Driver's License (if not used for Picture Identification); Current postmarked mail; Current Utility or other bills; check book
    If you have any questions about what counts as an identification, please call one of our locations. 
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    Fill Out and Sign Form
    Library staff will be on hand to answer any questions on the form.  
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    Use Your New Library Card!
    Check out our books, audiovisual and digital collections!
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    Additional Info
    • Patrons are legally responsible for all items checked out on the card(s) they have signed for.
    • Parents and guardians may choose to alter the limitations for their minor children or dependents at any time for no charge. 
    • Lost cards my be replaced for $1.00. Please report lost cards immediately.


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