Get Your Library Card
Library cards are free for residents and taxpayers of the City of Niagara Falls. Non-residents who own property or a business in Niagara Falls are also eligible for a free card with a tax or water bill from the city.
Non-Resident students attending a school in the city of Niagara Falls are eligible for a free library card with identification and documentation of school registration.
All other non-residents can register for a library card with a $25 annual fee and proof of identification and address.
Registering for your card is easy! Just stop by any of the four Library locations with acceptable proof of address and identification.
Library cards expire annually. At the time of expiration, your name and contact information are verified. Any outstanding charges owing to the Library must be paid in full before the card can be renewed.
Contact Information Update
If you move, change your telephone number, or your email address, please notify us so that we can keep your customer record current.
Lost or Stolen Cards
Your library card and items borrowed on it are your responsibility. For your protection, contact the library immediately to report a lost or stolen card so we can prevent others from using it. The cost to replace a card is $2.00.
The Library adheres to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. All borrower information is confidential and may not be released to anyone if the borrower is 16 years or older, including a parent or guardian. This includes any customer information, and materials on loan, on hold, or overdue. If the borrower is under 16 years, the parent or guardian may be given the borrowing information of his or her child.