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Online Application

The library’s online card applications are currently unavailable due to maintenance. In the meantime, please feel free to visit your local library or bookmobile stop to apply for your library card. For further assistance or more information, please call 610-278-5100 ext. 0. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Montgomery-County Norristown Public Library library cardIf you are a resident of the MC-NPL Service area, bring photo ID along with proof of current address (driver’s license, car insurance, rental lease or utility bill) to the library and fill out the library card application. Alternatively, you may print the library card application from home and then bring the completed application, photo ID and proof of current address to the library to obtain a library card.

A child’s application (under the age of 18) requires a parent or guardian’s signature.  The parent or guardian must present photo ID and proof of current address.

If you do not live in the MC-NPL Service area, but live in Montgomery County, we can issue you a temporary library card which will be valid for two months and patrons are expected to reach out to their home library to get a permanent card.

If you do not live in Montgomery County but do live in Pennsylvania and, have a library card from your home library with PA access sticker, we will add your card to our system and you can have access to our collection in the building. You will need to bring photo ID and proof of current address and complete the library card application.

Printable Library Card Application
Solicitud de Tarjeta de Biblioteca en Español

The Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library also makes corporate cards available to all organizations in Montgomery County. This type of card enables organization members to borrow library materials for use within their facilities.

Corporate Card Guidelines & Printable Application Form

View information on loan periods, item limits and so forth.