With a Bucks County library card and PIN, you can borrow physical materials, use computers and meeting rooms, and access e-resources. Your card is good at all public libraries in Bucks County.
Apply in person at any location to get a library card. You’ll need to bring a photo ID and evidence of current Bucks County residence, business ownership, employment, or school enrollment.
Start the Application Process Online
If you’re a resident of Bucks County, you can start the application process from home. After applying, you must visit your selected home library to pick up your permanent card and set a PIN.
Temporary card numbers offer access to My Account to place holds on physical items.
Temporary card numbers do not give access to:
- e-books or audiobooks
- other e-resources, such as newspapers and research tools
- meeting rooms
- library computers
These resources are available only after you finish registration in person. To do that, you’ll need to visit your selected home library with identification and proof of residency. Staff will provide your permanent card and help you set your PIN.
In My Account, you can place and pause holds, pay fines, renew your checkouts, update your PIN, opt in to keep a record of your checkouts, link your account to a family or friend’s account, or get alerts for new items.
See the My Account FAQ page for detailed information about using My Account.