How to get a card
A valid picture identification (ID) with proof of current address is required to get a library card for adults. If your photo ID does not include a current address, you may use a photo ID combined with a bill sent through the mail or insurance card showing your current address.
High School students may stop by the library with their high school picture ID to receive their library card.
Younger children should be accompanied by a parent/guardian with their own current High Plains Library District card (or materials as listed above to qualify for one) during their request.
Borrowing Terms & Limits
Learn about the borrowing terms and limits at the library.
Types of cards
Resident Card - Those living within the HPLD service area.
CLC Card- Those living outside of the HPLD boundary area (this includes Dacono and Windsor).
Limited Card- Issued to Colorado residents who don’t have all the necessary documentation to receive a Resident or CLC card. For example, if a patron has ID but doesn’t have sufficient proof of address.
eAccess Card- Limited to computer use only. To make your eAccess card into a limited card, see Get a Card information.
Need a card now? Sign up for a virtual library card!
This page allows you to register on-line as a patron of our library. You will have limited privileges including the ability to request items and checkout ebooks via Overdrive. Note: In order to immediately request items, you MUST enter a valid email address.