Who is eligible for a library card?

People who live, work, attend school, or own property in communities in Pottawatomie, McClain, and Cleveland counties are eligible for library cards.
 
This includes individuals in the following communities:
  • Asher
  • Bellmont
  • Bethel Acres
  • Blanchard
  • Brooksville
  • Byars
  • Cole
  • Criner
  • Dale
  • Dibble
  • Earlsboro
  • Franklin
  • Goldsby
  • Lexington
  • Macomb
  • Maud
  • McLoud
  • * Meeker
  • * Middleburg
  • Moore
  • * Newalla
  • Newcastle
  • Noble
  • Norman
  • Pearson
  • Pink
  • Purcell
  • Rosedale
  • Shawnee
  • Slaughtersville
  • St. Louis
  • Stella
  • Tecumseh
  • Tribbey
  • Trousdale
  • * Tuttle
  • Washington
  • Wayne

(People who live in towns marked with * need to work, attend school, or own property in the above mentioned three county area. For a map of our service area visit our locations map.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

People who live in Oklahoma County within the Metropolitan Library System service area are also eligible to receive a Reciprocal Library Card, which can be applied for at any of our hometown libraries.

How will I know if he really loves me?

It's an eternal question - as posed by the luscious tones of dearly departed Whitney Houston.

We don't have the answer - but we have lots of books on relationships and love.

How many items can I check out & for how long?

Item Type Max. Check-out Loan Period Fines/day Max Fines for over dues
Audio Books 60 items* 21 days 10 ¢ $3
Books 60 items* 21 days 10 ¢ $3
Book Sizzlers 4 items 21 days 10 ¢ $3
DVDs/Videos 60 items* 7 days 10 ¢ $3
DVD Sizzlers 4 items 7 days 10 ¢ $3
DVDs & Blu-rays - Movie box 4 items 7 days 10 ¢ $3
Magazines 60 items* 7 days 10 ¢ $3
High Demand/Special Collections 4 items 7 days 10 ¢ $3
Literacy Kits 2 kits 7 days 10 ¢ $3
Book Discussion Kits 2 kits 42 days 10 ¢ $3
Downloadables 10 items Select 7, 14 or 21 days None None
*60 items total of all items per customer

How do I update my account information?

You may update any account information by visiting your local library, calling your local library, or online through the chat option.

Why is my privilege expired?

 

The message usually means your library card has expired and it is time to renew your library card. This happens every 3 years to allow the library to update your information and make sure you are still in our service area.

You may renew your card by visiting/calling any hometown library, online through the chat service or sending an email with the following information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

  • Full name
  • Birth date
  • Address
  • Phone #
  • Email
  • How you would like to receive notifications (email, phone)

Once your card is updated, you can continue enjoying all the library resources.

You may also receive this message if you registered for a library card online and did not complete the verification process.