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Library Cards

Who can get a card?
Library cards are available to all residents of the Clackamas County Library District, and Washington, Multnomah, Hood River, and Clark (WA) counties. Cards are for those ages 5 and up. A person under 13 must have parental/guardian permission to get a library card.

Ready to apply?
Stop by the library during our open hours with your ID and proof of current address.

What can your card do?
Your library card allows you to check out 80 items and place up to 40 holds. Search for items using our online catalog. Please see your receipt or check your account online for due dates.

Your card number and PIN also gives you access to e-books and e-audiobooks, free passes to local attractions, and other online resources.

For help with placing holds, renewing items, and more, visit the LINCC FAQ Page or call 503-783-3455.

Want instant access to our online content?
If you are mainly interested in access to e-books and e-audiobooks or other online resources, then you can apply for an eCard here. An eCard won’t let you check out physical items from the library or use our Cultural Passes, but you can convert your eCard to a full library card later by presenting your ID and proof of current address at the library on a future visit.

What about fines and charges?
Overdue fines and charges for lost library materials will resume on July 1. Please make sure to renew or return overdue items before July 1 to avoid any charges.

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