• Chatsworth-Murray County Library has reopened at 100 N 3rd Ave. in Chatsworth.

Library Cards

Información en español
To apply for a library card, you will need to fill out an application. You can print out an English application (.pdf),
a Spanish application (.pdf), or come into the library and pick up an application.

Who can get a PINES library card?

Anyone who is a resident of Georgia, owns land in Georgia, works in Georgia, or goes to school in Georgia.

Can I get a card if I don’t live, work, or go to school in Georgia?

Yes. You may get a six-month non-resident card for $12.50 or a twelve-month non-resident card for $25.00.

What do I need to get a PINES card?

Required ID:

  • Photo ID showing current local address, OR
  • One (1) item from the list below showing current, local address AND photo ID, OR
  • Two (2) items from list below showing current, local address
    • Valid driver’s license
    • Valid voter registration card
    • Valid matricula consular
    • Checks with pre-printed addresses
    • A utility bill
    • Tax receipt or other piece of mail showing the name and present address
    • Student ID card with current address
    • Check stub from Georgia employer with current address
How old do I have to be to get a PINES card?

There is no minimum age; minors must have a parent or guardian present to register. The parent or guardian will be held responsible for any fines or fees.

What if I forget or lose my card?

Statewide PINES policy requires that you have a valid card with you to check out materials, renew materials, or to pay fines. You may return home to get your card (materials will be held) or purchase a replacement card for $2.00. Photo ID is not accepted in the place of a library card.

How long does my card last?

PINES library cards must be renewed every two years to remain valid. Renewing the card is an opportunity to check that the information on the card is still correct.


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