Please allow 2 business days to process your request. You will receive an email confirmation when your online application has been completed.
You will be issued a library account number that gives you free access to electronic resources at liveoakpl.org/elibrary.
Note: There are also many e-resources that do not require a library card for access.
When libraries reopen, please stop by your local library to convert your digital account to a full access library card.
To get a library card, just visit your library, fill out a registration form, and show your ID!
Or, complete the form ahead of time and bring it along with your ID to the library.
Library cards are free to all residents of Georgia. When you apply for your library card, you must present an ID that includes your current local address. Original documents are required, photocopies are not acceptable.
Signing a library card registration form indicates acceptance of responsibility for lost or damaged materials.
Acceptable ID for a library card:
Library cards are free to all residents of Georgia, including persons who attend school, own property or are employed in Georgia. Property owners who do not reside in Georgia may be required to show proof of ownership. Persons employed in Georgia or attending school in Georgia may be required to show proof of employment or enrollment.
Patrons of both PINES and non-participating Georgia public libraries may receive a library card. PINES library cards are valid for 2 years. If you are already a PINES cardholder, you may use your card at any Live Oak Public Libraries location. Out-of-state cards are available to persons living outside Georgia who do not meet the above criteria for a $25 annual fee, payable at the time the card is issued.
There is no minimum age for a child to receive a PINES card. A parent or legal guardian may register a child. To register a child, parent/guardian must show proper ID and sign the application form for children under age 18.
The Student PASS (PINES Access for Student Success) gives students free access to public library materials and online resources to help them succeed in school. Click here to learn more.