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How to get a library card
Anyone who lives, works, goes to school, or owns property in Waterford is eligible for a Waterford Township Library card. There is no fee for a first card and replacement cards are only $.50. Proof of residency will be required. We will accept a driver's license with a current Waterford address, a bill or rent receipt with name and address, a tax payment receipt, or a current business card. Other forms of identification may be accepted if bearing name and current address.
A child of any age can obtain a library card when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. An application form must be signed if the child will be getting the card when accompanied by anyone other than a parent or legal guardian.
Temporary or Non-resident cards
If you are a resident of a neighboring community whose library is a reciprocating member of the Library Network you may use your library card at the Waterford Public Library. We can also issue a 30 day temporary card until you obtain a card from your participating library.
Edited by: Michael Neal, Circulation Services Coordinator