Need a library card?
Are you a resident of Kitsap County?
Register online to receive your e-Card number. Use your e-Card to access downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, music and more.
Upgrade to a library card to borrow books, CDs and DVDs from one of our branch libraries. To upgrade, take your e-Card number to any branch, along with a current photo ID and proof of your current address.
If you have a library card, you already have access to our downloadable ebooks and other online collections.
REGISTER ONLINE (Kitsap County Residents Only)
Who can get an e-Card?
Only residents of Kitsap County can apply online at this time.
Who can get a Library card?
An individual is eligible for a Kitsap Regional Library card if that person lives, works, or owns property in Kitsap County. An individual residing outside of the County may receive a card if that person lives in an area of Washington State that supports public library service.
How can I get a library card?
Visit one of our nine Kitsap Regional Library locations or the bookmobile. To apply in person you will need current photo ID and proof of your current address. Apply online and you'll be notified when your item is ready for pick-up, in about two weeks.. The first time you use your new card to borrow library materials, you will be asked to show photo ID, and to confirm that your contact information is current.
Can children get a library card?
Yes, minors under the age of 18 can get a card. If not accompanied by a parent/guardian, the card will be mailed to their home. The parent/guardian's name will be entered in the minor's record. Parents/guardians may cancel a minor child's card, but the library must be informed in writing.
Can I obtain a library card at other libraries?
If you have a Kitsap Regional Library card you can obtain a library card from other libraries including:
Jefferson County Library System, King County Library System, North Olympic Library System, Pierce County Library System, Puyallup Public Library, Seattle Public Library, Sno-Isle Regional Library System, Timberland Regional Library
Please take your KRL library card, valid identification and proof of your home address to any of their library locations to get a free library card.
What if I lose my library card?
If your library card is lost or stolen, report it immediately to any branch of the Kitsap Regional Library. You are responsible for all library materials checked-out on your card until you declare the card missing and have a stop placed on your record. If your card has been declared lost or stolen, the card will no longer work with our computer system. If you declare your card missing or destroyed, you can re-apply for a new library card online or visit any branch of Kitsap Regional Library. Please let us know about any changes in your local address or telephone number.