How to join our library system if you are a:
Membership is FREE to all residents of the communities we serve. To join, visit one of our libraries with the following:
Any business, non-profit organization, or institution with a current business license in an area that the Fraser Valley Regional Library 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.
Public Library InterLINK is a group of primarily Lower Mainland libraries which have joined together to allow free borrowing of materials by each other’s residents. Residents of InterLINK communities can go to the other member libraries and register to borrow books.
If you are a member of a participating InterLINK library you may bring your home library card to any FVRL location to have your card number registered in our system. For more information, including which libraries belong to InterLINK, go to the InterLINK website or view frequently asked questions here.
BC OneCard Membership
If you travel, visit or live outside of the InterLINK area and are a British Columbia resident holding a valid library card from your community public library you are eligible for a BC OneCard. The BC OneCard will allow you to borrow outside your home library and/or the InterLINK system from any public library in BC.
You can obtain a BC OneCard from any BC public library including all FVRL locations. When you come in to be registered at one of our branches, you must bring your home library card for identification, along with two pieces of ID. For more information go to the BC OneCard website or view frequently asked questions here.
Resident of Whatcom County, Washington Membership
Residents of Whatcom County, Washington qualify for membership and can borrow items from the Fraser Valley Regional Library. For membership go to any FVRL location and visit the circulation desk with your Whatcom County library card and your ID as outlined above in Personal Memberships.