How do I get a library card?

Anyone who lives in or pays property taxes in Washington County is eligible for a free library card. If you have a library card issued by a regional library system in Minnesota, you may register and enjoy borrowing privileges in Washington County. We also offer special library cards for students, educators, and organizations.

You can apply for a library card online or by visiting a Washington County Library branch and showing proof of address. Learn more about getting a library card.

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1. How do I find library books, audiobooks, movies, music, magazines and more?
2. How do I find library locations and hours?
3. How do I get a library card?
4. Can I get a library card if I have a Safe at Home card?
5. How do I borrow, renew, and return library materials?
6. How do I borrow titles not owned by Washington County Library?
7. How do I download digital books, audiobooks, and magazines from the library?
8. How do I find magazine or newspaper articles?
9. How do I find library events, classes, and storytimes?
10. How do I pay a library fee?
11. Why is my library account blocked?
12. How do I change my library PIN or update other personal information for my library account?
13. How do I use Wi-Fi at the library?
14. How do I use a library computer?
15. Can I print and/or make copies at the library?
16. How do I reserve a library meeting room?
17. How do I have library materials delivered to my home?
18. Does the library offer student exam services?
19. How do I get tax forms?
20. How do I suggest a new title for the library to purchase?
21. How do I donate books to the library?
22. How do I sell my book to the library?
23. How do I offer a library event?
24. How do I become a library volunteer?