GETTING A LIBRARY CARD
FVRL cards are free to all residents of the communities we serve. To get a library card visit any FVRL location with the following:
- Adults: One piece of ID with your current mailing address.
- Teens: (13-18 yrs) One piece of ID (e.g. student card).
- Children: (Under 13 yrs) One piece of ID for the child (e.g. birth certificate) and satisfactory proof of residence for the parent/guardian registering the child.
* Residents without proof of address will be issued a limited access FVRL card that can be upgraded to a full membership when proof of address is supplied.
Not a resident of a community that FVRL serves?
Surrounding Lower Mainland Residents
Residents living in surrounding areas of the Lower Mainland holding a valid library card from their community public library are eligible for an InterLINK membership.
Greater British Columbia Residents
BC residents living outside of the Lower Mainland holding a valid library card from their community public library are eligible for a BC OneCard membership.
Whatcom County, Washington Residents
FVRL has a reciprocal borrowing agreement with Whatcom County, Washington. Residents of Whatcom County qualify for membership when they show their Whatcom County Library card and applicable ID.
Looking for a business, daycare, or institutional membership?
Any business, non-profit organization, or institution with a current business license in an area that FVRL serves may receive a free institutional membership. Please bring a letter of application on company letterhead signed by a manager or senior executive. Responsibility for borrowed materials rests with the borrowing organization, and must be authorized by a signing officer of the business or organization.