The Library will issue a card at no charge to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Farmington or Farmington Hills, or owns property in either of the two cities. You may apply online for a Library Card by filling out the online form, and then coming to either Branch of the Library, bringing acceptable proof of eligibility:
A valid photo ID such as a driver’s license or state ID showing residence in Farmington or Farmington Hills.
Recently moved? Please bring a valid photo ID and a recently postmarked gas or electric bill, mortgage papers or rental agreement with your name and new address.
Work in Farmington or Farmington Hills? You are eligible for a library card with proof of employment and valid photo ID with current address.
Applications for minors under 18 years of age require the signature of a parent or legal guardian. Patrons who have family/friends visiting may apply for a Courtesy Card for them at the Circulation Desk. Reciprocal borrowing privileges are extended to residents in any community whose library is a member of The Library Network, our Cooperative.
With your Library Card you can:
- Reserve or renew materials 24 hours a day
- Use the self check-out stations at either Branch
- Request materials from other libraries
- Use our public computers
- Browse our online subscription research resources