Get A Library Card
The Best Piece of Plastic
in Your Wallet!
How Do I Get a Library Card?
To register for a
library card from the Morrisson-Reeves Library, a patron must live in
the library-taxing district, which includes Abington, Boston, Clay, Dalton,
Franklin, Green, Harrison, New Garden, Perry, Wayne and Webster Townships.
the library card application and bring it to the library.
Anyone five years
or older is eligible for a library card. A child must be accompanied by
a parent/guardian with ID described below.
Young Adults 13-17
years old may use their school-issued photo identification to establish
residency. Parent/guardian signature required.
Applicants must provide
current, valid photo identification and proof of residency. Photo Identification
should be government issued usually a Driver License or state issued ID.
What do I
do if I lose my library card?
First, contact Adult Circulation Services to report your lost card.
For the security of your account, if you lose or misplace your library
card, we will place a stop on your current library card. We will issue
you a new library card with a new number with the following fee structure:
1st lost card: $1.00
2nd lost card: $3.00
3rd lost card: $5.00
is required to ask for photo identification when accessing your library
How do I get
PIN# (Personal Identification Number) can be issued at the Adult Circulation
Desk. Bring your library card and photo ID to have this number issued.
For the security of your account, PINs cannot be issued or given over
to you over the phone or through email.
OR OTHER QUALIFICATION
||18 and over
||Attend a school
in the Library Taxing District, accompanied by a parent or show a
school issued photo ID. Parent/guardian signature required.
District, Parent and child present
any school in Library Taxing District
in Library Taxing District
and Organizational Institution in Library Taxing District
from participating agency in the Library Taxing District, Half-Way
House, Motel/hotel receipt, etc.
Use at MRL