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Applying for a Shasta Public Library Card is easy as 1, 2, 3!

 

What can you get with a Library Card besides thousands of dollars in savings? You get full borrowing privileges for over 100,000 books, including new releases and popular titles. You gain access to 120,000 eBooks, and thousands of audiobooks and hundreds of DVD movies and TV Series!

You also can gain FREE access for a family of 4 to Turtle Bay, or check out our California State Parks Pass a visit any California State Park for Free. You have access to WiFi, Computers, printers, DMV Practice Tests and over 20 databases that include FREE tutoring 24/7 and homework help, test preperation, and genealogy resources.

Don’t forget that we have an entire makerspace dedicated to technology and crafting that includes a Podcast Studio, 3-D Printers, Gaming Computers, a Cricut, and a sewing machine!

Types of Cards

Full-Service Card

A Full-Service Card gives you complete access to all of the Library’s services, both physical and electronic. All library cards are valid for 3 years at a time in order to keep your contact information up to date.

Adult Card

Adult Cards are for ages 18 and older, have access to all of the Library’s services, and can request Zip Books.

Juvenile Card

Juvenile Cards are for minors under 18. They give children and teens autonomy to check out their own materials and allow them access to the youth computers.

Limited Access Card

Patrons who do not have the required documentation for a Full Access Card may qualify for a Limited Access Card. This gives you access to all electronic resources and 2-physical items to check out. Patrons can upgrade to a Full Access Card at any time by providing the required documentation.

Temporary Card

The temporary barcode you receive after applying online will give you immediate access to electronic materials. To turn it into a Full-Service Card, simply stop by one of our three branches with your ID and proof of residency.

Internet-Only Card

Regular patrons who are between residences or don’t have proof of residency can get Internet-Only Cards that allow them access to our public computers.

Guest Pass

Just passing through and need to use the computers? We have temporary guest passes available at our customer service and reference desks. All you need is your ID.

Download Library Application

If you are having problems with the online application feel free to print out one of the applications below, fill it out, and bring it in.

Library Card Application Spanish Application

Any person residing, owning property, or employed in Shasta County is eligible for a Shasta Public Libraries card and, therefore, may borrow materials free of charge from the Redding, Anderson, and Burney Libraries. The privilege of obtaining a Library Card will also be extended to individuals residing in any City and/or County of the State of California.

1. Fill out the online application.

This application asks for: legal name, street address, phone number, and email (optional).

2. Write down the temporary barcode. (PACREG with a series of numbers)

This code and your PIN will give you immediate free access to the library’s electronic resources, including eBooks and eAudiobooks.

3. Come into the Library.

Stop by one of our Library branches to confirm your identification and residency. Minors under 18 must appear with their parent or legal guardian.

You will need:

  • Photo Identification — this includes a Driver’s License, Identification Card, Passport, Military ID, etc.
  • Proof of current permanent address — this includes a current post marked mail or a utility bill with applicant’s name and address,  mortgage agreement, etc.

Lost Card

You can stop by any of our branches in Redding, Burney or Anderson with your ID to get your Library Card number.

*Replacement cards are $1.00

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