About our card

About Our Library Card
A Library Card allows you to do more than simply borrow books and other materials from our library. You can:

  • Request any of the almost 4 million items from other libraries through interlibrary loans with TRAC (The Regional Automation Consortium) and TAL(The Alberta Library)
  • Access the online E-resources & reference services
  • Manage your library account online - review your lists, request and renew items
  • Download Audio and e-Books through TRAC

To get a library card, you will need a piece of identification with your legal name and a current address.  For children without school ID cards, a health card will suffice.

All children under the age of 16 are required to have a parent/legal guardian accept responsibility for their borrowing privileges by signing their registration card. While library staff may suggest age-appropriate materials and activities, it remains the parent’s/guardian’s responsibility to monitor their child’s borrowing habits should they choose to do so.

The library assumes no responsibility for limiting or restricting access to materials for individual card holders.  Library card holders - including children - have access to all library materials.

Card holders may not lend their cards.

Borrowing privileges or use of services (including public computers) may be suspended for fines over $10.00.

To speed up the registration process, please feel free to download the application forms at home, then just bring to library along with your ID.

Adult or Family Membership Application Form:


Application Form for 16 and under (not attached to a Family Membership)