Get a library card?

The Pinckneyville Public Library is a tax supported public library. This means that people residing within the corporate city limits of Pinckneyville pay taxes to support the library. Those people residing or owning property within the corporate city limits of Pinckneyville need to pay no additional fee to be eligible to receive their first library card. Property owners must present a tax bill bearing the applicants name. Replacement cards are $3.00 each.

Individuals residing outside the corporate city limits of Pinckneyville but that are still in the Pinckneyville school district may purchase a non-resident card for the price of $25.00 per year.

Adults wishing to register for a library card, renew an expired library card or replace a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed library card must bring with them two forms of I.D. at least one of which bears their name, address and picture. These forms of I.D. include but are not limited to driver’s license, state I.D., military I.D., utility bills or voter’s registration card. New applicants are required to live at the current address for a minimum of 14 days prior to applying for a library card.

Children between the age of 5 and 18 must have a parent present with I.D. when registering for a library card.