InterLINK & BC OneCard

InterLINK Membership

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, visit the InterLINK website.

BC OneCard

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 any FVRL location. When you register with FVRL you must bring your home library card, along with two pieces of ID. For more information visit the BC OneCard website.

NEWS

Happy Holidays! All FVRL locations will close early at 2 pm on both Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. We will also be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. See Holiday Closures for more information.

Holds pickup options are changing on January 2. Tell us who's allowed to pick up holds on your behalf (even if you don't live at the same address), and we'll put a note on your account. Tell us in person, by phone or by email. Or if you prefer, fill out this Holds Pickup Letter of Authorization.form to authorize up to four people on your behalf. You can return the completed form to any FVRL location.

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