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Applying For Your Library Card

Join the 170,593,000 library cardholders across the United States and register for your EVPL library card today!

Free to residents of Vanderburgh County, an EVPL library card grants you access to all materials and services, including public computers and digital resources.

To register for your card, visit any of our eight locations and have your proof of current address and valid photo identification on hand. For teens and children under the age of 18, a parent or guardian signature is required.

Designed For You

If you are not able to apply for a library card with EVPL, discover the different types of cards available to both residents and non-residents of Vanderburgh County.

Business Courtesy Card

Available to any business owned and operated in Vanderburgh County, Business Courtesy Cards provide access to online databases.
Renew: Yearly

Limited Resident Card

Available to those in temporary housing or foster care, Limited Resident Cards provide access to library materials and online databases.
Renew: Six months to one year based on type

Non-Resident Courtesy Card

Available to non-residents who pay property tax in Vanderburgh County, Non-Resident Courtesy Cards provide access to EVPL’s physical and digital collections, public computers, and online databases.
Renew: Yearly

Public Library Access Card (PLAC)

Available to Indiana residents who have a library card in good standing from their hometown, Public Library Access Cards provide access to all physical collections, some digital services, public computers, and online databases.
Renew: Yearly, $65

Subscription Card

Available to residents outside Indiana or those without an Indiana library taxing district, Subscription Cards provide access to all physical collections, some digital services, public computers, and online databases.
Renew: Yearly, $70