Community IDs and Library Cards

by on July 11th, 2015

Community IDThe Johnson County Auditor’s Office will begin accepting applications for Community ID cards Friday July 17 at 1:00 PM.

UPDATE 7/14/15: Here’s a link to the online application for the new Community ID Cards.

We are excited about the program and hope this will encourage members of our community to use their Community ID card to get at Library Card.

It’s easy to get a Library Card and only takes a couple minutes. The online application is available at http://www.icpl.org/cards/get-a-card/ It works great to sign-up online at home or you can complete an online application at the Library at any of the catalog terminals.

Once you’ve registered online, stop by the Help Desk to pick up your Library Card.

Adults and students in 7th grade and older should be prepared to show photo identification and proof of your residence address. A Community ID card or Driver’s License fulfils the requirement for both if the current address is listed. Other documents that work for proof of address include a lease, voter registration card, mail with a current post mark or pre-printed checks from a bank.

Students in 6th grade or younger should be accompanied by a parent or guardian who will be asked to show a photo ID and proof of current address.

Three Cheers for the new Community ID program and everyone who made this possible! We look forward to seeing these ID cards at the Library.

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