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Get a Library Card

Welcome to NVDPL! 

A North Vancouver District Public Library card is your gateway to a wealth of resources, programs, and services! And the best part? It's FREE!


With your library card, you can access an extensive collection of books, e-books, audiobooks, online databases, and more. Enjoy various programs and events tailored for all ages, from children’s storytimes to adult learning workshops. Don't miss out—sign up for a card today and start exploring everything your library has to offer!

Who can get a library card? 


You can get a card if: 

  • 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 (e.g. a homestay student) from out of Province ($20 fee applies for 3 months)

  • You are 12 years of age or older. Children aged 0-11 can get their own card, but it must be signed by a parent or guardian.

How can I sign-up?

Visit any NVDPL location to sign up and get your physical card on the spot.


You can also fill out the form below and we will mail you a temporary card. You'll need to visit a branch with your ID to activate full borrowing privileges. 

What do I need to sign up?

You'll need to bring proof of name and address to sign-up for a library card. Some examples of proof of address include:

  • a current BC driver's license

  • a BC Services Card

  • a BC ID 


If you do not have one of the above forms of identification, please ask staff for other ways to register.

Where can I use my card?

You can use your North Vancouver District Public Library card to borrow materials from other public libraries in BC for free.  For more information, visit the BC OneCard website.

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