Get a library card!

Get a library card!

Online Access Card

Sign up online for a Sno-Isle Libraries Online Access Card and get full access to all digital materials and online services available through Sno-Isle Libraries, including ebooks, e-audiobooks and other digital media, streaming movies and music, and all the library databases and learning services.

Print Materials

Currently, no print or other physical library materials such as DVDs and CDs are available for checkout. All Sno-Isle Libraries locations are closed due to ongoing coronavirus public-health precautions.

To check out books and other physical materials once the libraries reopen, just bring photo identification and proof of address to any Sno-Isle Libraries community library and a staff member will help you complete the Regular Access Card registration process.

FAQ

I think I might already have a library card. What should I do?
Use the Account Lookup Tool or contact customer service to inquire.

Who is eligible for a library card?
You (and any dependents) live in the district’s service area of unincorporated Snohomish and Island counties, or a city or town that contracts with or is annexed to Sno-Isle Libraries.

You live in another area in Washington that provides equitable tax support for public library service (such as the cities of Everett, Bothell or King County).

You pay property taxes in the Sno-Isle Libraries district but live elsewhere.

I just want online access, do I need to visit a library to get a card?
No. The Online Access Card does not require a visit to the library. Just fill out the registration form and you’ll immediately have full access to digital and online resources provided by Sno-Isle Libraries. Note: This card will not allow checkout of physical items or use of in-library computers once community libraries reopen.

I want books, too, when you reopen.
You can register for the Online Access Card now and gain immediate access to all digital and online resources. When the libraries reopen, just bring photo identification and proof of address to any community library and a staff member will help you complete the registration process for a Regular Access Card.

Do either of these library cards expire?
All Sno-Isle Libraries cards expire after five years. If your card has expired, please contact customer service or visit any Sno-Isle Libraries community library to update your card.