Get a library card!
A Sno-Isle Libraries card allows users to check out library materials, download ebooks and other digital media, and maintain borrowing histories.
for a Sno-Isle library card is open to eligible Washington State residents. Or you can get a Sno-Isle Libraries card in one stop at any Sno-Isle Libraries community library. Just bring acceptable photo identification or another document that shows your current address.
A valid email address is required to complete the online form. If you do not have an email or do not wish to provide an email, please apply in person at your library.
For online registration in English or Spanish, clickor
and complete the form.
The online form will provide a temporary card number that’s valid for six months. The temporary card gives immediate access to Sno-Isle Libraries online databases and allows users to place holds on library materials. Temporary cardholders can return to any Sno-Isle Libraries community library with acceptable identification within six months to receive a regular library card.
You and your dependents are eligible for a Sno-Isle Libraries card if:
- You 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 jurisdiction 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.
Library card application forms are available in Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Just print the completed form and bring it to a community library checkout desk with photo identification and proof of address.