Getting a Library Card
If you have never had a card at the Mason Public Library, getting one is easy. The staff will need to see a photo ID and an official document which displays your current address. This could be your driver’s license, a utility bill, a car registration, etc.
If a child does not have an ID, his/her parents or guardians may provide theirs. The parent(s) of children under 14 must be present to sign a child’s application.
Cards are renewed annually.
If you forget your library card when visiting the library, you may use a picture ID to check out books. You may only use a picture ID one time before you must purchase a replacement card.
Register for a card online
You can register for a card online that will allow you access to SOME digital services via a temporary barcode. This barcode will expire after 60 days unless registration has been completed in the library where you will get your physical card. If you would like access to all digital services you will need to get a physical library card. You will need to visit the library once to complete your registration and receive your physical library card. The staff will need to see a photo ID and an official document which displays your current address. This could be your driver’s license, a utility bill, a car registration, etc. Register here (must be 18 years old and resident of Ohio to register)