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How to Get a Library Card


There are a variety of ways one can sign up to get a library card with the Dearborn Public Library and get access to the many great features and resources we have to offer. 

For immediate access it is recommended you sign up for a temporary card, with it you will gain access to a wide range of digital resources and applications you can start using right now.  Then, when you want to upgrade your card to a full-service version, fill out the library card application form and bring it into any of the three Dearborn Library locations

It’s as simple as that. 

Temporary Card

A temporary library card lets Dearborn or Dearborn Heights residents sign up to use a wide variety of digital resources.  A temporary card will not allow checkouts or holds to be placed on physical materials at any Dearborn Library location.  


Full-Service Card

A full-service card lets you have full access to all services that the Dearborn Library has to offer including checking out physical materials and additional programs such as the Digitization Lab and public computer access (when available).  


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