Library Cards

Library Cards

Library Membership

The Livingston Public Library requires that all members have a valid library card in order to borrow materials. The Library is part of the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS). 

Patrons must present a valid Library Card in order to check out materials from the Library. 

In order to obtain a Library card, one would need one of the following: 

  • Current Driver’s License (if it does not have a current street address, an additional form of ID from the list below will be necessary) 
  • Voter Registration Card 
  • Military or other Government ID 
  • Student or Job ID 

For more information, please see our full policy. 

Click here to sign up online for a temporary library card.

Your online application will be forwarded to your home library. You will need to visit your home library with proof of address to complete the application process. 


Free Resident Cards: All residents and property owners of Livingston are entitled to a free library card. 

Courtesy Card: Patrons who work or attend school in Livingston may qualify for a Livingston Library Courtesy card. Proof of Livingston employment or school is required. 

Courtesy cards are valid for one (1) calendar year and are accepted only at the Livingston Public Library. 

Courtesy cards have restrictions. Other memberships to the Library are available.  For more information, please see our full policy. 


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