How do I get an eCard?
Apply online for an eCard to immediately access:
How do I get a physical library card?
Visit your local library with a photo ID. With a physical library card you can:
Yes. If you are residing temporarily in Pierce County, such as visiting family members, are an exchange student or temporarily assigned military personnel, you may get a library card for up to one year.
Yes, if you are eligible for a library card.
Download a form for organizations, institutions, agencies and businesses.
At any Pierce County Library, or download a form in:
Yes, if you live or own property in Pierce County in one of the following areas:
If you live in Pierce County Library’s service area, you may also get a free card at any of the following public libraries. If you live in one of these areas, you can get a Pierce County Library card.
Due to Pierce County Library System Board of Trustee policy, people who live in cities and towns that do not support a public library may not have access to Pierce County Library System services that require a library card.
Residents in the following cities/towns are not eligible for library cards:
If you live in one of these cities/towns and are interested in receiving library services, please contact your city/town council. Annexing to the Pierce County Library for services would provide you with library service.
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