WHO CAN GET A LIBRARY CARD?

Every resident or tax-payer of the City of Clarence-Rockland is invited to become a Library patron at no charge. Membership is also available to non-residents for a low annual service fee. There is no charge to borrow any of our material and Internet access is free to everyone in the community weather you are a patron of the Library or not. We also offer photocopying, printing and scanning services for a nominal fee.

Issuing Temporary Library Cards during COVID-19 Pandemic

Want access to the Clarence-Rockland Public Library e-resources, including e-books, but don’t have a card? We’re here to help! If you are a resident of Clarence-Rockland then you are eligible for a library card.  Just send us an email at biblioinfo@bpcrpl.ca with your full name, home address and phone number and we will issue you a temporary Library card that will be good for 90 days. If you think you may have a card with us but you aren’t sure, you can also send us an email and we will either renew your current account and send you your card number or issue you a new temporary card number. Email us – we want to help!

Whether your membership card has been lost or stolen, you must notify the Library as soon as possible. Failure to do so may result in fees for material borrowed on the card and not return or returned damaged.

Membership cards will be replaced at a cost of $5 per card. Please note that a piece of identification is required to obtain a replacement card.