Your Pierce County Library card will bring you the world of information and imagination!
Greta Jaecklein, 11, designed this card.
You are eligible for a free library card if you live or own property in unincorporated Pierce County or a city or town annexed to Pierce County Library System – Bonney Lake, Buckley, DuPont, Eatonville, Edgewood, Fife, Gig Harbor, Lakewood, Milton, Orting, South Prairie, Steilacoom, Sumner, University Place or Wilkeson – or you live on a military base, tribal land or national park within unincorporated Pierce County.
If you live in Puyallup or Tacoma, you may also get a free card through borrowing agreements between the libraries.
If you are residing temporarily in Pierce County, such as visiting family members, exchange student or temporarily assigned soldier, you may get a library card for up to one year.
If you are eligible for a library card, you can also get a library card for your organization.
Choose between many different styles of Pierce County Library cards.
With your smartphone, you can use a card app from either CardStar or KeyRing and take your library card everywhere on your phone.
Have questions about your library account? See Library account FAQs.
Sign up at a Pierce County library near you or get a library card now!
Choose how you want the Library to tell you that items you have requested are ready for you to pick up or that items are due or overdue.
Can I get a visitor card?
Yes. If you are residing temporarily in Pierce County, such as visiting family members, exchange student or temporarily assigned soldier, you may get a library card for up to one year.
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