Interested in getting a library card? Fill out an application and visit the library during open hours with your photo ID and something that includes your current residence address, such as a driver’s license, mail addressed to you, or utility bill.
Your library card allows you to use all Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) member libraries. Library cards are free to residents of Washington, Multnomah, Clackmas, and Hood River counties in Oregon, and in the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District or the City of Camas in Washington.
Questions? Learn more about your WCCLS library card here.
Washington County residents can register for an online library card (E-Access card) that provides immediate access to download e-books and audiobooks, access online resources, and reserve cultural passes (must be 18 or older). An E-Access card can be converted at any time to full access card by visiting the library with appropriate ID and print application. Register online now!