Getting a Library Card
Library Card Information
Patrons residing within The Hayner Public Library District are eligible for a Hayner Library card, valid for three years.
To obtain a library card, you must present a non-expired photo ID that lists your current address. If the address listed on your photo ID is not current, you must also present formal documentation (print or electronic) that lists your current address.
Some patrons may be eligible to receive a non-resident property owner, reciprocal borrower, or Cards for Kids Act library card—or to purchase a non-resident library card. Please contact the library’s Circulation department for information about these cards.
The library charges $1.00 for replacement library cards.
With your new library card, you can check out:
- Books—No limit; please do not take everything we have on one subject
- Audiobooks and music CDs—10 per card (of each format)
- DVDs and Blu-rays—10 per card (any combination)
- Magazines—No limit
- Kits, games, etc.—5 per card
- Ebooks and audiobooks from cloudLibrary, OverDrive, and TumbleBooks (apps of each platform can also be downloaded to your phone or other mobile device)
- Stream videos from Biblio+
- Access to online databases 24/7 (Consumer Reports, NoveList readers’ advisory, automotive repair guides, Ebsco research databases for students, and more)
Hayner Library offers online library card registration for current residents of The Hayner Public Library District. Click here for the online registration form. Hayner Library staff will contact you when your card has been created and is ready to be picked up. To verify residency within the library district, you will need to present your current photo ID when you arrive to pick up your library card. If the address on your photo ID is not current, you must also present formal documentation (print or electronic) that lists your current address.