Library cards are issued to residents of Itasca. A resident is defined as: Any person who has, as his/her permanent residence, any property within the legal boundaries of the Village of Itasca, whether the property is owned or rented. To get a library card, you’ll need to fill out a registration form AND provide two pieces of identification that verify your identity and residence. If a photo I.D. shows your current Itasca address, only one additional acceptable item with proof of a current Itasca address, such as a current utility bill, is needed. The following documents containing your name and address will be accepted as verification:
- Drivers License
- Credit Card
- Printed Check
- Printed Bill
- Medicare card
You may apply for a library card in person or online (click here for online registration). If you apply online, you will be issued a temporary card number. The temporary card number will be valid for two weeks. You will need to come into the library during that two week period to receive your permanent library card. Don’t forget to bring the necessary pieces of identification that verify your identity and residence when you come by the library.
To view our library card policy in its entirety, click here.