Get Your Library Card
It's never too late to sign up for a library card, and it doesn't cost anything. Having a library card gives you full access to library materials and services. In order to get a library card, you'll need to simply visit your local library and complete the registration process.
To complete the registration process, all you will need to bring with you is a picture ID with your current address on it, such as a driver's license. If your ID does not have current address, also bring with you a piece of mail that contains your name and correct address.
To complete the registration process for a minor, a parent/guardian of the minor must be present and must bring their picture ID with the parent/guardians current address on it, such as a driver's license. If the ID does not have current address, a piece of mail that contains the name and correct address of the parent/guardian must be presented.
Public Computer Usage
A library card is not necessary to use the public computers and or internet; however, it is encouraged and a public computer can only be accessed by adults and minors holding a library card in which a parent/guardian has given a prior authorization for access. For adults needing to use a public computer, a computer guest pass will be provided to you by staff.
In order to use a in-house moveable, such as a laptop, a driver's license must be provided.
There is no charge for your first library card. There is a $1.00 replacement card fee for each additional card.
Get Your Ecard
Ecards are available for Webster Parish residents that need to use an online resource, such as a database, but don't have a physical library card on hand. Webster Parish residents 13 and older who do not already have a library card can complete an online registration. This will allow access to WPL online resources for three months.