How do I get a Santa Clarita library card?

How do I get a Santa Clarita library card?

Apply for a Library eCard from home. Santa Clara County residents gain an eCard instantly. Fill out the online eCard Application now, if you are not inside a library. Optionally, convert your Library eCard to a Limited Library Card by calling the Account Questions line.

Do Los Angeles public library cards expire?

Library cards automatically renew on their due date, so long as there is recent activity on your account. Just be sure to borrow either a physical loan or one of our digital items (like an e-book from Overdrive) before your library card’s expiration date.

How much is a Lee County library card?

Two types of cards are available: Visitor cards are $15 and valid for three months. Additional consecutive months can be purchased for $5 each. Non-resident cards are $60 and valid for one year.

Can I use Libby If I don’t have a library card?

Yes, you’ll need a library card for each library you want to borrow from. You can add multiple libraries to Libby, and you can even add multiple cards for each library. Each library has their own guidelines for getting a card.

Are the libraries open at Valencia College?

The Valencia College libraries have opened their buildings for Fall 2021 in Phase 4 of the reopening plan. The staff has worked hard to provide a distanced environment in library spaces. We will also continue to provide remote library services.

Where is the library in Santa Clarita CA?

Valencia Library. 23743 W. Valencia Blvd. Santa Clarita, CA 91355. (661) 259-0750 | View Map. Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday:

How do I contact the library?

You can contact the library by e-mailing [email protected] with questions about your library account, access, fines, holds, and check-outs.

What is in the library’s circulating collection?

The library’s circulating collection consists of books and media, which are usually loaned for a 21-day period. Reserve materials consist of devices, textbooks, books, solution manuals, magazine articles, sample tests and other materials.