How do I get a library card?
You are eligible for a library card if you are a temporary or permanent resident of the City of Valdez. Residents must apply for a card in person at the library and have available a picture ID and proof of a local P.O. Box. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive a library card. You must be 5 years old to receive a library card.

Visitors to Valdez may purchase a temporary card. There is a $5 cash fee and the card is active for three months. Temporary card holders may check out two items at a time.

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. Do you have internet and wireless services?
3. What is the Library Catalog?
4. If an item is not available at the Valdez Consortium Library, can it be requested from another library?
5. How do I set up a Video Conference at the Library?
6. What is the difference between placing holds in the Library Catalog and Interlibrary Loan?
7. How many times may I renew an item?
8. Can I fax a document at the library?
9. What does “consortium” mean in Valdez Consortium Library