Carver County Residents
Carver County Library cards are free to all
the residents of Carver County with current identification. For your
convenience, always bring your Carver County Library card when you visit the
library. You are responsible for materials checked out on your library card.
Parents are responsible for all materials borrowed by their children. Report a
lost card or change of address immediately.
Twin Cities Metro
Residents of all libraries participating in
the state regional library system can register and use their library
cards at Carver County Libraries. Bring your library card in with you to any
Carver County Library to register.
If you do not have a card, we can
take your application for a library card and send it on to your home library
system and issue a temporary card, good for checking out 5 items and accessing
other library services. Your home library system will send you a permanent
Other Minnesota Residents
residents of Minnesota may register and use their library at any Carver County
Library. Bring your library card in to any Carver County
In accordance with Minnesota Government Data
Practices Act, the address, telephone number and birthdate you provide when
applying for a library card and any information that links you with the library
materials checked out are private. The information may be viewed only by you and
library staff who need the information to provide you with library services.
BORROWING AND RENEWING MATERIALS
may be checked out for three weeks. Exceptions are videos and dvds, which can be
checked out for one week. Please check and retain the date due slip provided to
be certain of an item’s loan period.
Most library materials can be renewed up to four times. If another person has
requested the item, it cannot be renewed. You can renew materials
at the library, by telephone (952-279-5244), and
Fees for overdue and lost or damaged
materials are posted here.