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How do I get a Library card for me or my child?
New Cards
New Resident Library cards are free to applicants meeting any one of the criteria below:
1. Permanent or legal resident of Flagler County.
2. Property owner in Flagler County.
3. Flagler County employee.
4. Student attending school in Flagler County.

Reciprocal Borrower Cards:
A resident of the State of Florida who resides in the service area or county with which Flagler County has established a formal borrowing agreement, and has been issued an FCPL borrower’s card in accordance with this policy. Currently only St. John’s County and Volusia County have reciprocal borrowing agreements with Flagler County.

Registration Requirements:
In order to obtain a library card:
• Full-time residents must present his or her completed registration form, photo I.D. and proof of residency to include any of the following :
Valid Florida’s Drivers License, Florida State ID, voter’s registration/voters card, military ID, current rent receipt, checks imprinted with local address, legal mail, state ID, tax receipt, tax bill, property deed, utility bill, mortgage or lease agreement, vehicle registration, county employment ID, local college or high school ID, or Library card from reciprocal counties.
• Part-time residents must complete the registration form, present a Valid Driver’s License or State ID plus proof of residency.

Non-Resident Cards:
A non- resident is an individual who neither owns real property nor resides in Flagler County on a permanent or continual basis. Individuals with non-resident status may obtain a temporary library card for either 6 months for $15.00 or a full year for $30.00. Applicants must show Valid Driver’s License or State ID and provide local mailing information as well as permanent address information. Military personnel and their families who are stationed in the State of Florida are eligible for a free card with Military ID.

Age Requirements
All individuals 16 or older may apply for a library card with a photo ID and proof of residency. Proof of age may also be required to establish eligibility as an adult. Cards will be issued for children from birth to age 15 with written consent of the parent or legal guardian. The responsible parent/legal guardian and child must both be present and the adult must provide proof of residency. Their signature indicates acceptance of responsibility for all materials borrowed against the library card.

Lost or stolen cards must be replaced at a cost of $2.00 per card. Proper ID must be shown in order to replace a library card. Caution: If your card is lost or stolen please report it immediately. Customers are responsible for all materials checked out on their card until a loss is reported.

Disabled/Homebound Patrons:
Disabled/Homebound customers may designate a person to represent them at the library. This person will be authorized to check out materials only using the library card of the homebound person. The name of the designated person will be listed in the customer library card account of the homebound person. The disabled/homebound person retains the responsibility for all materials checked out on the card
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1. How do I get a Library card for me or my child?
2. How many items can I checkout and how long can I keep my items?
3. Can I renew my items and how can I renew?
4. Do you have a fax or scanning service?
5. Do you have computers I can use?
6. Can you get material from another library for me?

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