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You can replace a library card by showing photo ID and paying a $2 replacement card fee. Minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present with photo ID to replace a card.
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A free library card is available to all Maricopa County residents with photo ID along with proof of current address (utility bill, postmarked mail, or current car registration). Non-Maricopa County residents may also obtain a library card for $28 a year with ID and proof of address.
Anyone can use your card with your permission. We do encourage all family members to obtain their own library card. Be sure to report a lost or stolen card immediately.
Your card is valid at the Tolleson Public Library only. Your library card allows home access to the Tolleson Public Library online catalog, research databases, Overdrive e-books, Freegal music downloads and Zinio e-magazines.
A parent or legal guardian must present a photo ID with a current piece of mail - such as a utility bill- (postmarked within the last 90 days) with their current name and address to register for a library card for a minor (children under 18). Both parent and child must be present in order to register for a library card. Students in grades 9-12 may use their student ID as proof of residence for a library card registration.
Your library card allows you free access to the Internet at the library. Non-Maricopa County residents and individuals without a Tolleson Public Library card may obtain a one-day pass for $1.