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Last Updated: Apr 08, 2017     Views: 228

What is a Sonoma County Library eCard?

Sonoma County Library invites customers to self-register online for a library eCard anywhere they have Internet Access. ECards expire after 120 days and can be used to immediately to access electronic resources: place items on hold, stream movies and music, download eBooks and eAudiobooks, as well as access digital content that Sonoma County Library has to offer.  Get an eCard Now!

If eCard borrowers wish to checkout physical library resources, they need to convert their eCard to a General Library Card Account. eCard borrowers simply take their eCard number, photo ID, acceptable proof of address, and for minors, a parent signature (consent) to any branch to convert their eCard account into a General Account.

Learn more about how to get a General Library Card here.

Save time getting your card at the library! 
Fill out and print this library card application ahead of time, and bring it with you to the library.
(Also available in Spanish)

Parents must sign the library card applications for children 17 and under.