Getting a library card
You may get a North Vancouver District library card
> You live in the District of North Vancouver OR
> You live in a community that is served by another InterLINK library OR
> You are a visitor and will be here more than 3 months (e.g. homestay student)
> You are 13 years of age or older (children aged 0-12 may have their own cards, but they must be signed by a parent or guardian)
Applying for your library card:
> Each member of a family aged 13 or over must come in and sign up for their own card
> You must have proof of name and address with you to receive a library card.
> Examples of proof of address include:
> Current BC driver's licence
> 2 other pieces of ID, one of which must bear your current address for example:
* Passport / Social Insurance Card / Care Card
* Current letter or bill (e.g. BC Hydro) addressed to you / bank statement / personal cheque
BC Library OneCard:
You can use your NVDPL library card to borrow materials from other public libraries in BC for free. For more information, see BC OneCard.