NOTICE: Geauga County Public Library will be closed April 8. All programs scheduled for April 8 are cancelled.

Get a Library Card

Unlock a World of Opportunities

Get a free Geauga County Public Library card today and start borrowing from our vast collection of books, audiobooks, eBooks, movies, music, and so much more.

Physical Card Applications

• Applications for a physical library card are available at all Geauga County Public Library locations.

• Applicants will receive full cardholder privileges and instant access to our entire collection of physical and digital materials and resources. —- —- —- —- —-

eCard Applications

• Applicants will receive instant access to all of Geauga County Public Library’s digital services and resources like Libby, Hoopla, Kanopy and more for two years.

• Application details such as your eCard number and PIN will be sent to the email address associated with your account shortly after the submission of your application.

Eligibility Requirements

All Ohio residents are eligible to get a free library card.

There is no age requirement to become a library cardholder.

Applicant’s under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to accept financial responsibility for borrowed materials. Parent or guardian must show valid identification.

Applicant’s under 18 years old who would like to apply for a library card but do not have a parent or guardian present with them may apply for a 3-for-Me library card.

To apply for a library card, adults 18 years or older must fill out an application and present valid identification and proof of current address (if not listed on the identification).

Acceptable forms of identification include: driver’s license, state or US military ID card, and passport.

Acceptable proof of current address include: a printed check showing the address on the application or an envelope, utility bill, or postcard with recent (within the last 30 days) postmark received at the address [shown] on the application.

• A birthdate and signature recognizing and accepting responsibility for borrowed materials is also required.

Lending Policies

Before you start exploring and checking out materials from our collections, please take a moment to review our lending policies to avoid any unexpected late fees, fines, or other possible headaches.

*If your library card is lost or stolen, please notify your local library branch immediately

Geauga County & Beyond

Geauga County Public Library has been a proud member of the CLEVNET library consortium since 2017. CLEVNET is a library cooperation program which links together the physical and digital collections of 47 library systems across 12 different northeast Ohio counties, giving our and other CLEVNET patrons access to the over 12 million items (and counting) found in the CLEVNET consortium!

Get a Library Card

Unlock a World of Opportunities

Get a free Geauga County Public Library card today and start borrowing from our vast collection of books, audiobooks, eBooks, movies, music, and so much more.

Physical Card Applications

• Applications for a physical library card are available at all Geauga County Public Library locations.

• Applicants will receive full cardholder privileges and instant access to our entire collection of physical and digital materials and resources. —- —- —- —- —-

eCard Applications

• Applicants will receive instant access to all of Geauga County Public Library’s digital services and resources like Libby, Hoopla, Kanopy and more for two years.

• Application details such as your eCard number and PIN will be sent to the email address associated with your account shortly after the submission of your application. —- —- —- —- —-

Eligibility Requirements

• All Ohio residents are eligible to get a free library card.

There is no age requirement to become a library cardholder.

Applicant’s under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to accept financial responsibility for borrowed materials. Parent or guardian must show valid identification.

Applicant’s under 18 years old who would like to apply for a library card but do not have a parent or guardian present with them may apply for a 3-for-Me library card.

To apply for a library card, adults 18 years or older must fill out an application and present valid identification and proof of current address (if not listed on the identification).

Acceptable forms of identification include: driver’s license, state or US military ID card, and passport.

Acceptable proof of current address include: a printed check showing the address on the application or an envelope, utility bill, or postcard with recent (within the last 30 days) postmark received at the address [shown] on the application.

• A birthdate and signature recognizing and accepting responsibility for borrowed materials is also required.

Lending Policies

Before you start exploring and checking out. materials from our collections, please take a moment to review our lending policies to avoid any unexpected late fees, fines, or other possible headaches.

*If your library card is lost or stolen, please notify your local library branch immediately

Geauga County & Beyond

Geauga County Public Library has been a proud member of the CLEVNET library consortium since 2017. CLEVNET is a library cooperation program which links together the physical and digital collections of 47 library systems across 12 different northeast Ohio counties, giving our and other CLEVNET patrons access to the over 12 million items (and counting) found in the CLEVNET consortium!

Get a Library Card

Unlock a World of Opportunities

Get a free Geauga County Public Library card today and start borrowing from our vast collection of books, audiobooks, eBooks, movies, music, and so much more.

Physical Card Applications

• Applications for a physical library card are available at all Geauga County Public Library locations.

• Applicants will receive full cardholder privileges and instant access to our entire collection of physical and digital materials and resources. —- —- —- —- —-

eCard Applications

• Applicants will receive instant access to all of Geauga County Public Library’s digital services and resources like Libby, Hoopla, Kanopy and more for two years.

• Application details such as your eCard number and PIN will be sent to the email address associated with your account shortly after the submission of your application. —- —- —- —- —-

Eligibility Requirements

• All Ohio residents are eligible to get a free library card.

There is no age requirement to become a library cardholder.

Applicant’s under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to accept financial responsibility for borrowed materials. Parent or guardian must show valid identification.

Applicant’s under 18 years old who would like to apply for a library card but do not have a parent or guardian present with them may apply for a 3-for-Me library card.

To apply for a library card, adults 18 years or older must fill out an application and present valid identification and proof of current address (if not listed on the identification).

Acceptable forms of identification include: driver’s license, state or US military ID card, and passport.

Acceptable proof of current address include: a printed check showing the address on the application or an envelope, utility bill, or postcard with recent (within the last 30 days) postmark received at the address [shown] on the application.

• A birthdate and signature recognizing and accepting responsibility for borrowed materials is also required.

 

Lending Policies

Before you start exploring and checking out. materials from our collections, please take a moment to review our lending policies to avoid any unexpected late fees, fines, or other possible headaches.

*If your library card is lost or stolen, please notify your local library branch immediately

Lending Policies

Before you start exploring and checking out. materials from our collections, please take a moment to review our lending policies to avoid any unexpected late fees, fines, or other possible headaches.

*If your library card is lost or stolen, please notify your local library branch immediately

Geauga County & Beyond

Geauga County Public Library has been a proud member of the CLEVNET library consortium since 2017. CLEVNET is a library cooperation program which links together the physical and digital collections of 47 library systems across 12 different northeast Ohio counties, giving our and other CLEVNET patrons access to the over 12 million items (and counting) found in the CLEVNET consortium!