I Need a Library Card

I’m stuck at home (with the kids) and I just found out about all the great ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music and magazines available at the library. Now that you’re closed to the public, how am I supposed to get a library card?

We’ve got you covered. Library cards are free for all Lexington County residents. Just because we’re closed to the public, doesn’t mean services stop. Actually, in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the CDC’s recommendation of social distancing, we encourage you to use our digital downloads to entertain yourself, as well as, continue to share your love of literacy and lifelong learning. Many companies are offering free services during this health crisis and that’s great — but with your library card, these things are always free. So, there’s no reason to wait. Sign up for your library card today and receive instant access to digital materials.

How to Sign Up for Your Library Card Online

Signing up for a library card has never been easier and you’ll have instant access to digital materials — including ebooks and audiobooks through Libby/Overdrive, magazines through RBdigital, and ebooks, audiobooks, movies, and even TV shows through Hoopla. All that in two simple steps.

  1. ‎Complete the online form at www.lexcolibrary.com/librarycard
  2. Write down your temporary barcode because you’ll need it to access Hoopla, Libby/OverDrive & RBdigital. (It’ll look something like PACREG123456)

These digital-access cards will automatically expire in six months time without address verification, which is suspended at this time. We hope you enjoy accessing our digital options. If you have questions, contact us at (803) 785-2681 or ask@lexcolibrary.com.

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