Register for a Library Card
Register for a library card
The Learning & Development Center has partnered with the County Library to facilitate access to their resources for both development and leisure. Some of their resources include OverDrive, which has over 1,000 titles available in eBook or audiobook format that you can access with a computer or a mobile device. Several of the books recommended in the Academies are offered in audiobook format at the County Library. You can also borrow or browse from the Library’s collection of your favorite digital magazines through RB Digital. There is no waiting list, no need to return issues, and no limit to the number of magazines you can borrow. In addition, you can instantly stream movies, music, and television shows through Hoopla. All these services are free to patrons. To access them, you will need to register for a Library card. For more information on resources available at the Library, please click here. For more information on how to sign up for a Library card, please click here. There will also be a representative from the Library every second Wednesday of the month at our New Employee Orientation Information Fair in RM 162 of the New Government Center at 10:30am who can answer any questions you may have or help you sign up for a card!
Online applicants will receive a temporary number. The temporary number will allow you to place holds on items in the library catalog and use the SLO Makerspace. It will also give you access some of our digital audiobooks, eBooks, and digital magazines: OverDrive, Enki, and RB Digital. Please appear in person with identification and proof of mailing address to obtain your library card and access to all of the library’s services.
In compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, you must be 13 or older in order to complete this registration.
To obtain a permanent library card with full borrowing privileges you will need to visit a library in-person. You will need fill out and sign an application form and show current personal photo identification. Your permanent library card will let you check out any material and access all the library's databases.