How to Get a Library Card
All cards require the adult, 18+ years old, to have a picture ID and a piece of mail showing their residence.
If you live in Union or Johnson Township in Gibson County:
Come to the library during open hours with a picture ID and at least one piece of mail showing your local address. You will be eligible for a free Adult Library Card.
Juvenile Cards and Foster Care Cards are for those between the ages of 6 and 18. These free cards will need an adult signature to accept responsibility for the loaned items.
If you live outside of Union or Johnson Township in Gibson County:
Student Cards and Teacher Cards are available free of charge if you attend school or teach school within Union and Johnson Townships.
Reciprocal Borrower Cards are available to those that live in Gibson County and have a library card in good standing within their service area. The state of Indiana also has a reciprocal borrowing program with some libraries within the state. You may call or check in to see if your library is available
If you live in an area that is not serviced by any library:
Nonresident Cards are available to those that live in an unserved area (does not have a library) or an area that does not recognize reciprocal borrowing. This card comes with a fee that is calculated annually as set by the Indiana State Library.
PLAC, Public Library Access Card, is a statewide library card that is purchased for a fee. This fee is calculated annually and set by the by the Indiana Library and Historical Board. This gives a person access to any public library within the state of Indiana.