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Getting a Library Card

Anyone living in the City of Puyallup is eligible for the Puyallup resident library card at no charge. You can either apply online or visit the library. Please bring picture identification and identification that verifies your current address.

For more information about the different types of cards, please see the Library Borrower Policy (pdf). For further details, also see Library Card Responsibilities (pdf).

Your library card allows access to our reference databases and downloadable content including eBooks, audiobooks and music. If you are outside the library, you may need to enter your library card's barcode number and your PIN.          

Reciprocal Agreements with Neighboring Libraries

If you are not a resident of the City of Puyallup but would still like to get a Puyallup Public Library card, please click here to view our current reciprocal agreements with neighboring library systems. You may be eligible to receive a library card without paying a non-resident fee. If you are ineligible to receive a Puyallup Library card, our non-resident fee is currently $150 per year.

My Account             

Do you need to access your Library account information? Once you connect to the catalog, just click on the "My Account" heading and use your barcode number and pin to log in. You can browse our collection and create a reading list, access your account information, place items on hold, or renew materials you currently have checked out!

  • USER ID = the barcode located on the back of your library card
  • PIN = usually the last four digits of your phone number, unless you specified a different number when you received your library card