Getting a Library Card
Library cards are free for all residents of the Siuslaw Library District!
Just come to either library location with evidence of both:
Who You Are
Where You Live
The Library needs verification of physical NOT mailing address. If your picture ID has both, there is no need for a second item.
Patrons of any age are eligible for a library card. Minors need a parent or other legal guardian present to register for an account.
We love camp hosts, visitors, and other temporary residents! While in the district you can: access library computers without charge; print 10 pages free each day; checkout a collection of "honor books"; and use library wi-fi service. If you would like complete access to library materials and services, you are also eligible to register for a non-resident library card.
If you are not a permanent resident of the Siuslaw Public Library District, non-resident library cards are available for $15 for 3 months, or $50 for a year. This card will cover an entire family.
Questions? Please give us a call: 541.997.3132
The forerunner to today’s Siuslaw Library opened its doors on May 7, 1915. The Library became a special district in 1985, and moved to the current location in 1990. Mapleton joined the Siuslaw Public Library District in 1993.
In the tradition of the human ideal of freedom of thought and speech, the Siuslaw Public Library Commons strives to be a warm and inviting place of lifelong learning and human improvement, accessible to people of all ages, economic levels, and cultural backgrounds.