Under 14 years of age
Youth under 14 years of age may have a library card provided a parent or legal guardian signs accepting responsibility and that parent/legal guardian can provide the same identification and proof of address required for a personal membership.
Come with your parent/guardian to the Library, and visit the Circulation Desk. Our friendly staff can help you set up a library account. Remind your parent/guardian to bring proof of address and identification.
14 years of age & over
Youth 14 and over can apply for their own library card using a Student I.D. card as identification. Find out more by visiting the Library Cards page, or by telephoning the Library at 519-941-0610, ext. 5200.
- Your library card is valid at both Orangeville Public Library locations
Be sure you understand the rules and responsibilities of owning and using your library card. Ask at the Circulation Desk, or have your parent/guardian explain how your borrowing privileges work.
- Bring your library card with you to borrow library material
- Take care of your library card and don't bend or scratch it
- Renew or return your library material before it's overdue to avoid overdue fines
- Take good care of the library material that you borrow; make sure library items stay clean and dry
- Return CDs, DVDs and other audio/visual library in the proper case or bag in which they came
- Use the book drop to return library material when the library is closed
- Do not leave library material outside the Library or book drop
- It's your responsibility to ensure that the material you borrow is safely returned
Lost or stolen cards
If your library card is lost or stolen, call the Library right away at 519-941-0610 and report it missing. If it is after hours, leave a message on the voice mail. Lost cards can be replaced for a fee of $1.00.
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