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HOW TO GET A LIBRARY CARD AND PIN


Your Library card is your passport to a wide range of Regina Public Library programs and services!

To sign up for a card, visit any Library location and ask a staff member at the Circulation Desk to assist you.

Library staff can also help you obtain a PIN (Personal Identification Number) for your Library card. A PIN is required to remotely access most of our electronic databases, to log in and check the status of your Library card, to request items, and to renew items.

Adults must show two pieces of identification, one establishing their current Regina address and a second piece that verifies identity.

Young adults (14 to 18 years of age) must show two pieces of identification, one establishing their current Regina address and a second piece that verifies identity.

Children (under 14 years of age) may apply for their own Library cards. The parent or legal guardian must show proof of address, identification that verifies the child's identity, and sign the child's Library card. The signer assumes responsibility for any Library charges incurred by the child.

Borrowers are responsible for all materials borrowed on their card and any charges, including fines and replacement costs, resulting from the late return, damage or loss of materials. Any fees owing must be paid prior to annual Library card renewal.

Please remember: Your Library card is like a credit card and your contact information needs to be kept up-to-date. Let us know immediately if your address or phone number changes by contacting any Library location, calling (306) 777-6022, or by logging in at www.expressaddress.com.