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How do I get a library card?
Visit any library location to register for a library card. In order to check out 21 items you must bring proof of Pasco County residence, such as a driver's license, utility bill or voter registration card. Otherwise you will be limited to 2 items. Find out more by viewing our web site section Get started using the Library page.


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1. Where are the libraries located and when are they open?
2. How do I get a library card?
3. What do I do if I lose my library card?
4. I don't live in Pasco County. Can I use the library?
5. How many items may I check out at one time?
6. What other materials besides books can I check out at the library?
7. How long may I keep borrowed materials?
8. Can library materials be renewed beyond the initial loan period?
9. If an item I want is checked out, what can I do to be sure I get a copy when it is available?
10. Can I check my library account from home?
11. Can I buy a bus pass at the library?
12. Can I register to vote at the library?
13. Why is my library sometimes closed during and after a weather emergency?
14. Why are there time limits on use of the computers in the libraries?
15. Is wireless internet access available at Pasco County libraries?
16. How do I put a request on materials?
17. Where can I find information on upcoming library programs and community activities?
18. What other services are available to me at the library?
19. Is there internet access at the library?
20. What is the libraries' website address?
21. How can I help the library?
22. What if the library does not have a book I am looking for?
23. Can I use the library computers for access to government services or to find employment?
24. Still have a question?