You are given a PIN when you first apply for a library card.If you have a library card but do not have a PIN or have forgotten it, you can request a PIN online or by calling a County Library.Customers who are ineligible for library cards (for example, people traveling from out of state), can apply for a computer card that allows them access to the Library's public computers and wireless Internet.
Your legal name must appear on your driver license or identification (ID) card.
If you change your name, the following process is used to obtain a replacement driver license or ID card with your new, legal name: Changing your name on your driver license or ID card changes your name on DMV’s base record for you.
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Library cards are valid for three years and can be renewed by calling or visiting a County Library. If your library card is lost or stolen, report it immediately to a County Library. Library Card Application There is no minimum age requirement to apply for a library card.
Children under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their library card application.
All fines/ fees are the responsibility of the parent/ guardian.
Internet Access Permission for Children A PIN allows you to place holds and access your account online, use the Library's public computers and access wireless Internet.
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