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How do I get a Library Card?
A person, 16 years or older, may obtain a library card under the following circumstances: The person requesting the card must be present. No individual will be issued a library card for another person. The person must complete an Application Form. The person must show a valid and current Minnesota Drivers License or State ID. Staff shall write the MN Drivers License or State ID number on the Application Form and issue the person a library card. If the person has a non-Minnesota Drivers License or ID, they may use a document to prove their residency (Lease Agreement, utility bill, etc.).

A child under the age of 16 years may obtain a library care under the following circumstances: The child must have a completed Application Form. The Application Form must be signed by a parent or legal guardian. Relatives of the child are not considered legal guardians unless appointed by the Court. If the parent or legal guardian is not present (school groups, daycare providers), an Application Form may be sent home with the child to be signed by the parent or legal guardian. The MN Drivers License or State ID number of the parent or legal guardian must be on the Application for a library card to be issued. Library Card Application

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