A person wishing to get a Three Rivers Public Library District library card must live within the library district and provide a photo ID and proof of address. A current drivers license will satisty both requirements. If the photo ID does not have a current address, one of the below items must be brought into the library in addition to the photo ID. PO Boxes are not acceptable proof of residency.
The following items are examples of acceptable proof of current address: Driver's License, Paycheck Stub, State Issued ID Card, Voter Registration Card, Imprinted Checkbook, Utility Bill, Credit Card Bill, Traffic Ticket, Lease Agreement, Mortgage/Closing Papers
Your library card is to be presented when materials are borrowed or other services are requested. Once you have registered for a library card, download our app in the App Store or Google Play for easy access to your account and the library catalog, the events calendar and registration, remote printing, a virtual copy of your library card, and more.
To find the app, search for Three Rivers Library. Download it for free!
A corporate library card is issued to companies based within the boundaries of the Three Rivers Public Library District. Application must be made on company letterhead and must contain the name of the person responsible for the account and any additional eligible staff members. One card will be issued per company and valid for Local Use Only. Cards will be issued for one year in the company's name.
Teachers employed by the Channahon and Minooka school districts are entitled to use their school's account to check out library materials. School accounts allow for six week checkouts with no renewal. To use a school account, you must present a current school issued ID.
If you live outside our library district, you may become a reciprocal borrower at Three Rivers Library by registering your library card from your home library. This expires with our library after one year and must be renewed each year by bringing in a photo ID to either Three Rivers library location.