FVRL cards are free to all residents of the communities we serve. There are two ways to get a library card:

Register Online:

Sign up online for a temporary card. Immediately gain access to FVRL’s entire collection of digital content, and limited access to holds and borrowing from the physical collection. Confirm your details and provide proof of address for a full card the next time you visit in-person.

Visit In-Person

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.

NEWS

We are open! Customer are welcome inside all 25 locations, learn more here.

Can't make it in? Renew your library materials online or by phone. We are not currently charging fines on late items, however items that have not been renewed and are exceptionally late will be billed.

Serving you safely is our top priority. Please review our COVID-19 Safety Plan.

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