Through reciprocal agreements, the resources of the Spokane Public Libraries and the Liberty Lake
Municipal Library are available to Spokane County Library District residents and residents of either
city can have a Spokane County Library District library card for free.
If you obtain a library card under this agreement, you’ll be entitled to all library privileges
except interlibrary loan, and remote access e-sources such as databases, and downloadable
audiobooks, eBooks, and music.
Some Important Points…
You must follow each library system’s application process to obtain its library card.
If you want to borrow materials, you’ll need to use your card for that library system.
Checkout periods, overdue charges and some other policies may differ.
To avoid potential overdue charges, materials should be returned to any library in the
system from which they were borrowed. If materials are returned to the other system’s
library, they’ll be routed properly but may not arrive by the due date.
Materials placed on hold must be picked up at one of the owning system’s libraries.
Reciprocal borrowing privileges do not extend to non-resident cardholders.
Customers with long-overdue accounts referred to a collection agency – by any system – may
not obtain a library card until their account is cleared.
If you are a resident of Spokane County Library District, visit the
Spokane Public Libraries website
or the Liberty Lake Municipal Library website for more on how to sign up for a card.
If you are a resident of the City of Spokane or the City of Liberty Lake and wish to get a
Spokane County Library District card, click here.
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