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Library Cards & PINs

Apply for a Card

Getting a library card is easy.
  1. Fill out an application
  2. Bring it to any Library location
  3. Show us proof of ID and address verification Learn more about address verification?
Printable Library card application 

How do kids get one?
If you are under 16, your parent or legal guardian must sign your library card application.

Can I get a card if I don't live in Johnson County?
Yes! Anyone who can establish identity and verify their current address is eligible for a library card. Non-Johnson County residents however, are not eligible for Interlibrary Loan service.

What if I lose my card or it’s stolen?
Call us immediately if your card is lost (913) 826-4600. You are responsible for any materials checked out on a lost card until you let us know it is missing.

Using Your Library Card

A library card is the ticket to many of the services we offer. Use it to:

  • Check out books, DVDs, music CDs, and more
  • Renew your checked out material online
  • Use our computers and printers
  • Use online databases from home or work
  • Reserve a meeting or study room
Checking out books

Keep Your Account Updated

If your contact information changes, please keep the Library informed so we can continue to deliver notices in a timely fashion.

PINs (Personal Identification Numbers)

Your library card comes with a PIN (Personal Identification Number) which you will need to access many of our services.

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