How can I get a library card?

You will need photo identification and proof of Pinellas County residency. A valid driver’s license will suffice. If your driver’s license does not yet contain your current address, a document such as a utility bill or apartment lease can be used to verify your address.

PPLC is a member of Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC) and participates in reciprocal borrowing. A patron must first obtain a library card from their home library system and then register that card with us as a reciprocal borrower. You may apply at the library or online. For a full list of participating libraries, visit the TBLC site.

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1. What are the library hours?
2. Where is the library located?
3. How can I get a library card?
4. How can I find out what items are checked out and their due dates?
5. How do I place an item on hold?
6. What non-traditional items does the library offer for checkout?
7. How many items and how long can materials be checked out?
8. What if you don't have the item I want?
9. Can I recommend a book or other item for purchase?
10. Can I renew items?
11. Does the library have Internet access?
12. Does the library proctor tests?
13. Does the library have wireless printing available?
14. How much does it cost to print at the library?
15. Does the library accept donations?
16. Does the library have an electric vehicle charging station?
17. Does the library have a public fax?
18. Does the library have a notary public?
19. Does the library have books for sale?
20. Can I volunteer at the library?
21. How do I provide comments or feedback about the Library?
22. Can I register to vote at the library or update my voter registration?