Get your library card to check out materials, access online resources, renew materials, and place holds.
who can get a card
Anyone four years and older can get a JCLD library card. Parents must sign for minors under 18.
library card fees
Patrons who live within the library district boundary
Patrons who live outside of the library district boundary
- A $5 monthly fee per household for patrons who may not use the library consistently or who are not able to pay the annual fee upfront. Patrons may pay for several months in advance.
- Property owners may fill out the necessary paperwork to join the library district by annexing in their property. Library staff is available to assist.
- All youth ages 4–17 who live in Josephine County qualify for library cards through a scholarship program funded by Josephine County Library Foundation. Apply at your nearest library branch.
- A limited amount of adult library card scholarships are funded by Josephine County Library Foundation. Apply at your nearest library branch.
how to get your JCLD library card
Next time you visit any of the JCLD library branches, bring a photo ID. If your ID does not reflect your current address, bring another form of address ID, such as a recent utility bill. If you prefer, click to download and complete the Library Card Application (pdf, 266kb) ahead of time.
You can also pick up an application at the JCLD Welcome Desk at the Grants Pass branch of Josephine Community Library or the Circulation desk at the rural branch libraries. The volunteer will enter or update your information in the computer, enter your selected password for your patron account, and issue your JCLD library card.
There are no limits on the number of books you can check out. However, music CDs and video cassettes are limited to five each, and DVDs are limited to three at a time. Books and music CDs are loaned for 21 days. DVDs and Library of Things are loaned for 10 days.