Getting a Library Card

Eligibility for a Library Card

You may get a North Vancouver District Public Library card

- If -

  • You live in the District of North Vancouver, or
  • You live in a community that is served by another InterLINK library, or
  • You are a visitor and will be in the District of North Vancouver more than three months (e.g. a homestay student).

- And -

  • You are 13 years of age or older. (Children aged 0-12 may have their own cards, but they must be signed by a parent or guardian.)

Applying for Your Library Card

Each member of a family aged 13 or over must come in and sign up for their own Library card.

You must provide proof of name and address to receive a Library card. Examples of proof of address include:

  • a current BC driver's licence
  • two other pieces of ID, one of which must bear your current address (e.g., your passport, social insurance card, or care card)
  • a current letter or bill (e.g., BC Hydro) addressed to you, a bank statement, or a personal cheque.

BC Library OneCard

You can use your North Vancouver District Public Library card to borrow materials from other public libraries in BC for free.  For more information, see BC OneCard.