You can get your FREE library card from any Pikes Peak Library District location and use it to check out items.
Full privileges include full access to PPLD's collection of
- Books, DVDs, magazines, video games, and more
- eBooks, eAudios, eVideos, eMusic, and eMagazines
- Databases, including Lynda.com, Mango Languages, ReferenceUSA, Regional History and Genealogy resources, and more
- Computers, Laptops, and Hotspots
- Makerspaces and the Center for Public Media
How to Get a Library Card
To be eligible for a library card
- You must live within the Pikes Peak Library District, which is most of El Paso County, except for Security/Widefield.
- You will also need a photo ID with your current address OR a photo ID along with documentation of your current address (lease, utility bill, etc).
Updating Your Information
To update your email, phone, or street address, please contact your local library and provide your library card number and PIN.
For more information, including cards for out-of-district patrons (Colorado Library Cards/700 Cards), see our Library Card Policy.
Library Cards in Schools
- Print out the attached library card application for each student
- If the students are 15 or younger, the application goes home to the parent to sign OR if the student is 16 or over they can fill it out and sign it
- The teacher or librarian looks at each application and signs it to make sure that all the information is on the application and that it is legible (to folks who don’t read students' handwriting for a living!)
- Drop off the applications at a library location with “Attention: Renee Sanning - East Library" for 6-12th graders; "Attention: Betty McDonald - East Library" for K-5th graders. (It is helpful to have the applications in packets by class)
- We will enter in the applications and issue or update cards
- When they are ready for pick up we will transfer them to a library that is convenient for you to pick them up. OR, we could bring them when we come if we have scheduled a visit to your classroom