Online Library Card Application

If you live, work, or go to school within the boundaries of East Windsor, Ewing, Hightstown, Hopewell Township, Lawrence, Robbinsville, or West Windsor townships, you may obtain a free library card! These are temporary cards that will expire after three months. They are entered by one of our employees periodically between the hours of 10am and 4pm, Monday through Friday, and if you file a request after 4pm, you may not be issued one until the following day. In order to obtain your physical card, please visit the branch you indicate on the application within three months and be sure to bring valid ID. Please see our policies for more information on how to obtain a card for examples of valid proof of ID and residency.

This is the branch in our system that you are registering a card for.
If you have a first name that you go by which is different than the name above/on your identification, please enter that here.
Please enter as it is written on your form of identification.
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