How Do I?
Q: How can I apply for a library card?
A: Anyone in Luzerne County can get a library card. Just stop by the library and fill out an application form. Persons under 18 need a parent or guardians signature; and you need to provide proof of residence (an ID card, a piece of mail addressed to you, etc.). Our library cards also have duplicate mini key tag cards to attach to your keys.
Q: How do I renew materials (books, dvds, etc.)?
A: Materials can be renewed in person at the nearest Luzerne County library. Materials can also be renewed by calling any Luzerne County library location or by entering your name and library card number at Online Public Access Catalog.
Q: Will I have to apply for a different card for each library I visit?
A: No, your library card will work at all 10 main libraries and 5 branches in Luzerne County.
Q: Can I renew my card online?
A: Not at this time. Library cards will expire after three years, but simply stop by or call your library to verify your address and phone number and your card will be renewed.
Q: When is the library open?
A: A list of library hours is available by clicking on the 'Library Information' link here.
Q: How do I get to the library?
A: A complete list of member libraries and their corresponding addresses is available by clicking on the 'Library Information' link here.
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Did You Know?
You can get new releases and older titles on DVD & Blu-Ray at your local library.
We have an extensive collection of music on CD and cassette available for you to check out.
Many tools can be found at the library to research and write your reports.