Get a Library Card

Library cards are free for all residents of Saskatchewan.  To get a card, just go to your nearest branch and show us 2 pieces of identification, one of which displays your current address.  Acceptable pieces of ID include (but are not limited to):

  1. Driver’s license
  2. Student card
  3. Passport
  4. Treaty card
  5. Personal cheque book
  6. Cancelled personal mail
  7. Utility bill
  8. Government correspondence

If you’re a Saskatchewan resident but don’t have any pieces of suitable identification, just give us a call at 306-763-8496 and we’ll let you know what you can use to obtain your card.

After we approve your ID and enter your information into our system, we will give you your new card!  The card includes a barcode for us to scan at the library and your 14 digit library card number.  We will then need you to give us a Personal Identification Number (PIN) so you can sign in online.  Make sure it’s something easy for you to remember!

Children under 14 can also get a library card, but they require a guardian’s signature on the application form.  Please note that the guardian is responsible for what his/her children borrow.