All residents of Canadian County are eligible for a library card.
How to Get a Library Card
There are two ways to get a library card:
- For full library services, visit the library to fill out an application for a library card. Show proof of address: an I.D., bill, check, piece of mail, etc. that states the applicant’s name and current address.
- For internet library services only (use of public computers and online resources), call or visit the library to fill out application. No proof of address is needed.
Children ages 15 and under must have a parent or guardian present to sign their library card.
Card applications are now available to fill out and return online. This will grant you a card, in which you will be able to use for our online products, such as virtual library. The applicant must currently live in Canadian County.
To be approved for a library card, then you must either email, fax or come by the library and supply two documents that shows the applicants name and current address. They should include a photo ID and a piece of mail with the current address. We will only approve your application after we receive all the appropriate documents. We will process it and contact you with your card information.
Online card applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
*Please allow 24 hours for processing the application.
El Reno Carnegie Library Services
- Two week checkouts for books, magazines, books-on-tape or CD, and videos
- Two week renewals in person, online or by phone
- Interlibrary Loan
- Reference Assistance
- Programming for children and adults
Computer and Internet
- 6 Public Internet access computers
- Free Wi-Fi
Bring the world closer: attend an online educational or training class, consult with a healthcare specialist, interview with a leading company in another state, or just look a friend in the eye, all through one of the state’s participating libraries via videoconferencing.The El Reno Carnegie Library has a 55-inch Cisco TelePresence System with 1080p high-definition (HD) resolution in the library’s meeting room thanks to the OK Connect project through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. In addition the Library now has 150mbps internet speed. With videoconferencing, you can video call anyone who has H .323 access, receive video calls for anyone who has H .323 access, create high definition video recordings, and use the videoconferencing equipment as a large projector with laptop or video access. For information about the OK Connect project, see okconnect.org
Copy, Print and Fax
- Black & White printing – $0.10 per page
- Black & White copies – $0.10 per page
- Microfilm copies – $0.25 per page
- Fax, incoming ($0.25 per page) and outgoing (free)
- Scan to email