How do I get a library card?

Each library in the Cooperative issues their own card.  That card will be honored at all six libraries, as well as the Library Spot Lending Machine in Baker.  Your card provides access to downloadable eBooks, audiobooks and magazines, as well as online learning courses and research sites.  A parent or guardian must register any child under the age of 16 and is responsible for monitoring the child’s use of library resources.

For more details, including online registration, click here or call us at 850-279-6436 ext. 1500.

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1. Where are the other Okaloosa County libraries located?
2. How do I get a library card?
3. Can I view my library account online?
4. How many items can I check out from the Niceville Library, and for how long?
5. How can I renew my checkouts?
6. How much does the Niceville Library charge for late/overdue materials?
7. What is my PIN and how do I get one?
8. Where can I return my items?
9. What should I do if I lose or damage an item owned by the Niceville Public Library?
10. Why isn't my library card working? Why can't I place a hold?
11. Does the Niceville Library have computers I can use?
12. Does the Niceville Library have WiFi or wireless printing?
13. What should I do if I lose my library card?
14. Do you have programs for children?
15. Does the Niceville Library offer meeting spaces and quiet study rooms?
16. Does the Niceville Public Library offer test proctoring?
17. How can I show my art at the Niceville Public Library?