Your Library Card

Who can get a library card, how to apply, and how to use your library card.

Person’s holding a current Palmer Public Library card in good standing may check-out library materials. Upon signing a Computer/Internet User Agreement Card, card holders may also use the computers and the wireless internet access.

Children 12 and under are eligible for a card once their parent or guardian has signed the Library Card Application.*

*Children visiting from out of town or children who are brought in for regular visits to the library may obtain a card with the signature of the adult who they are staying with or that regularly brings them. This adult must be willing to take responsibility for the materials checked-out on the child’s card.

Patrons age 13 to age 18 and up may receive a card without an adult signature but are unable to use computers or check out movies until an adult signature is obtained.

Valid proof of identification may be required for an adult card. An officially issued ID shall be considered as valid proof.

Replacement cards may be obtained for a fee of $3.00.

Patrons are responsible for any item checked-out on their card. If the patron’s card is lost or stolen they must notify the library. Upon such notification, no materials will be loaned on that card.