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It’s easy! Just be sure to bring in a state issued ID or Driver’s License with your current address on it.  Haven’t updated it yet?  Then be sure to bring in a utility bill (phone, gas, electric) or a rental/lease agreement or mortgage.

More About Your Library Card

Teen Cards (14-17)

Bring a school ID, state ID, driver's license or permit, pr other form of current ID.

Minor Cards (birth-13)

If you are 13 or under, your parent, grandparent, or legal guardian must sign for you to get a card. Adults must have less than $10 in charges on their own cards to sign for a minor's card.


If you're over 18 you may share your card with another adult, both both adults must sign a card-sharing agreement. Minors cannot card-share.

Cards and Computers

You don't have to have a library card to use a computer. Login information is attached to the monitor. Computer access for minors is at the discretion of the parent.

Check Out Times

Books, audio books, music, and magazines can be checked out for 28 days. These items can be renewed twice for another 28 days, unless another library patron has placed a hold on the item. Items on hold cannot be renewed. Up to 40 of these items are allowed on one card at a time.

DVDs can be checked out for 7 days. They cannot be renewed. Up to 20 DVDs are allowed on one card at a time.

Fees and Fines

CCPL is not charging late fees at this time. We do, of course, appreciate when items are returned on time so other patrons can borrow them. If an item has been missing for six months or more, we will declare the item as lost and add the replacement fee to your account.

After your fines exceed $15.00, your card and account become blocked.  You will not be able to check out any more items.  Once your balance is under $15.00, normal privileges will be reinstated.

Lost or Stolen Cards

Come in to CCPL with your ID and we will issue you a new card! If you use our online library, be sure to tell us when we replace your card so we can make sure that your history and holds merge over to the new card.

If you are 18 or older, you are financially responsible for all items checked out on your library card. If you loan your card to another person who abuses it, you are still financially responsible for any lost or damaged items on your card. To prevent this, treat your card with care. Do not loan it to someone else and let us know if it's been lost or stolen.

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