All residents of Canadian County are eligible for a library card.

How to Get a Library Card

Click here to register – Library Card Application

Library Card Types:

In-house use:

For full library services, fill out the above application and visit the library to verify residency. You can also fill out a paper application in person to get your card immediately. Accepted proof of address: valid I.D., bill, check, piece of mail, etc. that states the applicant’s name and current address.

Children ages 15 and under must have a parent or guardian present to sign their library card.

Online use:

Use the link above to fill out an application. This will grant you an Internet Only card, which allows you to access our digital materials. Applicants must currently live in Canadian County. If you would like access to items in person you can upgrade to a full account at any time by providing us with proof of your current address (examples listed above).

Online card applicants must be 18 years of age or older.

OneCards for Students

Students enrolled in local schools are able to use their lunch number to check out items.

*Please allow at least 1 business day for processing the application.

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

  • 4 Public Internet access computers
  • Free Wi-Fi

Copy, Print and Fax

  • Black & White printing – $0.10 per page
  • Color Printing- $0.25 per page
  • Black & White copies – $0.10 per page
  • Color Copies – $0.25 per page
  • Microfilm copies – $0.25 per page
  • Fax, incoming ($0.25 per page) and outgoing (free)
  • Scan to email