LIBRARY CARDS

Borrow books, movies, music, and more!

 

GET A CARD

USING YOUR CARD

Your library card is good at all Saint Paul Public Library locations.

You can also register your card at most public libraries throughout Minnesota.

Expiration

Most library card registrations need to be renewed every 2 years.

You can see your card expiration date in your online account settings. To renew your account registration, please contact the library in person, by phone, or online.

Lost Cards

If you lose your library card, please contact any SPPL location as soon as possible. Library staff can stop your card until it can be found or replaced. You are responsible for all materials checked out on your library card until its loss is reported.

ONLINE SERVICES

Use your library card to:

Passwords

Logging into your account and using some online services requires a password.

If you do not know your password or cannot reset it online, please contact the library or email us and staff can help you set a new one.

Login and password details for Library Go cards.

FAQs

Library Card FAQs

  •   To get a library card or to register a library card from another Minnesota public library system, you must have a photo ID, proof of date of birth, and proof of your current address. Visit any Saint Paul Public Library location to complete registration.

  • If your library card's registration has expired, please visit or contact the library to renew.

    If your address has changed, you will need to visit a library in person and show current ID with your name and address to update your account information.

  • Library cards are issued free of charge.

  • No, your current card can be used for online services.

  • Use your eCard to:

    • check out e-books and e-audiobooks
    • use online resources
    • place holds on items in the catalog
    • check out up to 10 items (download the library app to display your eCard number and use self-checkout machines at the library)
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