Who May Get A Library Card?
A resident of the unincorporated areas of Pinellas County or one of the member cities is entitled to a free library card.
Residents of non-member cities may receive a card valid for one year upon payment of $100*. Additional cards can be issued to visitors of Pinellas County for a limited time period, card expirations may vary by library locations.
*Note: Some cities reimburse all or part of this fee.
What Are The Basic Rules?
- One Cooperative card is good at all Cooperative libraries.
- Be prepared to show your present card and one additional form of identification with your Pinellas County address on your first visit.
- Cards issued for children under 14 require parent/guardian signature.
- Cards issued to residents are valid for three years.
- Cards issued to non-residents are valid for one year.
- City cards with restrictions are issued by member libraries.
How to Register:
- Visit any Cooperative member library to pick up an application, fill out the online form.
- Provide the following identification with your name and current
A current valid Florida driver’s license/Florida identification
- An alternate picture ID
AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
- Your current TRIM notice or tax bill
- A current utility bill (includes cable television)
- A long-term lease on property (6 mos. or greater) in the Cooperative area
- A deed to property in the Cooperative area
- Vehicle registration or title (current year)
- Voter’s registration
- Other appropriate identification
- Complete and sign the application and begin borrowing materials.
Your library card is valid at all of the Cooperative
libraries and may be registered for reciprocal borrowing with
libraries in nearby counties. Contact your local
library for details.
Click here to Register!