Renew Your Non-Resident Card
If you renew in-person you will be asked to show your ID with your current address. If you renew online, you will be asked to show your ID the first time you come into the library after renewing your card.
Buying a card for the first time?
If you're interested in purchasing a card, visit the Guest Services Desk.
- Make sure you don't already pay taxes to support another library before purchasing a card.
- You may purchase a library card for your household for $215 a year. This entitles you to all services provided by IPPL, plus you may use the card at other libraries. The rate changes each July 1. This amount is based upon the average tax paid to the library by a household.
- Provide one form of identification with your name and address (Driver's License, State ID, piece of first-class mail with current postmark, current utility bill, bank statement, or rental lease).
- Your card is good for one year.
Other Library Card Options
Get a new library card in-person
For residents. Visit the library to obtain a new card.
Get a new library card remotely
For residents. Get a card from the comfort of your home.
Business/Property Owner Cards
Get a card if you're a business or property owner in our district