Online Sign-Up During the Pandemic
During the Covid-19 Pandemic we are temporarily offering our community members the opportunity to sign-up for a library card online. This will grant access to all of our online resources; including eBooks, eAudioBooks, and our streaming video service, Kanopy. You will need to prove residency or home ownership in Custer County to sign-up for a library card online. A photo of your driver’s license with your current address in Custer County is the most efficient way to sign-up for your card, but please contact us at email@example.com if you need a different way to verify your address. Please click on the link below to get started:
Documents Needed to Sign Up for a Library Card
New patrons have multiple options for providing proof of identification and proof of address in Custer County (this means they have proof of residence or ownership of property in Custer County).
The easiest way to sign up for a library card is providing a document that includes both proof of identification and proof of address:
- Current (non-expired) government issued ID with Custer County address (handwritten updated addresses on the back will need to provide other proof of address)
- Note: typically a driver’s license
If a new patron is unable to provide the document above, they will need to provide 1 proof of ID and 1 proof of address:
|Proof of ID||Proof of address|
Note: For Juvenile accounts, these criteria apply to the parent or guardian who is signing the form.
A phone number or email address is required but proof is not required.
To View Your Account Or To Set Up Your Online Account:
You will need a 14-digit library card (below the barcode on the back of your library card) to login to your account. Upgrading is fast and free! Just stop by the library front desk and ask about it.
Click here to login to your account, then use your 14-digit library card number and password.
Your library account will list books you have out, allow you to renew them and allow you to place books, movies and audio books on hold from more than 100 libraries throughout the state.
The fee for a replacement library card is $1.00.