Acceptable proof of residency is required to be eligible for a card, which includes one of the following items imprinted with name and current street address:
- FL Driver’s license
- FL State identification
- Current vehicle registration
- Senior citizen ID card
- Utilities bill or deposit receipt dated within the last 30 days
- Current rental or lease agreement
- A combination from the following list of one Name ID and one Address ID:
|Social Security Card
||Phone Book Listing
||City Directory Listing
||Mail postmarked within the last 30 days
|Out-of-State Driver's License
||Letter From Social Services Agency
Library cardholders are responsible for fines and fees charged to their card. The library must be notified immediately if the card is lost or stolen. Library cardholders are responsible for notifying the library immediately of any change of address or other contact information (e.g. email, phone number). A charge is assessed for replacement library cards (see Appendix A).
Customers may renew an expired card by presenting the appropriate residency and identification documentation for the type of card they possess.
Library card accounts that have been inactive for three years will be deleted.
Adult Resident Card
Any person age eighteen (18) or over, whom resides in Duval County with acceptable proof of residency, may obtain a free resident card. Nothing precludes a resident of a non-traditional residential facility, such as a nursing home, halfway house or residential hotel, from obtaining a free card if he or she is able to meet this requirement.