Who can get a library card?
Free library cards are available to all residents of Mount Laurel, as well as those who own property, or attend K-12 school in the township. Free library cards are also available to educators who teach in Mount Laurel and Township employees who live outside of Mount Laurel.
- For proof of residency you will need either a driver's license, automobile registration, or a letter that has been mailed to you. No business cards.
- For proof of property owned you will need a tax bill as well as proof of your current home address.
- For proof of school attendance you will need your school I.D.
Library cards are issued to residents from birth. Application forms must be co-signed by a parent or legal guardian for customers under the age of 18.
Ask for a registration form at the Check Out Desk or complete an online application.
Library cards are also available for purchase as follows:
Non residents who work in Mount Laurel may purchase a "Works in Mount Laurel" Library card for an annual fee of $45.
Non residents may purchase a library card for $90 a year or $25 for 3 months.
A PC only library card may be purchased for $35 a year. The same card is being offered for $5 for every 30 days or $2 for one day.