How Do I Get a Library Card?
Any resident or property owner in the Northville Library District is eligible for a library card at no charge. To apply for a library card, stop by the Circulation Desk. You’ll need to bring valid photo identification (driver’s license, passport, state identification) with your current address. If you have recently moved or your identification does not reflect your current address, please bring an official piece of mail (utility bill, voter registration card, checkbook, lease agreement) with your name and current address along with your picture identification.
If you are under the age of eighteen, you must have a parent or guardian present to sign the card application form and provide address verification.
Library cards must be renewed every three years.
If you work or attend school in our service area but do not qualify for a resident card you may obtain a Northville District Library card at no charge. Verification of employment or school enrollment in the District is required. Use of the non-standard card is limited to the Northville District Library.
If you are a non-resident but live in a community served by The Library Network (TLN) and you do not have an active card from your home library you are eligible for a temporary card at no charge. Proof of current residency is necessary. This card is valid for 30 days which allows you time to obtain your permanent card from your home library. Click here for a complete list of TLN communities
Click here for the complete Northville District Library Card Policy.