Get a Library Card
Studies show that children who are read to in the home and who use the library perform better in school and are more likely to continue to use the library as a source of lifetime learning.
A library card has always been the most important school supply of all. Kids can come to the library and check out books as well as DVDs, attend programs, and use the Internet to make after school life a little more fun. There’s a lot happening at GCLS.
A recent study by the American Library Association also showed that families use libraries to spend time together. Forty-four percent of survey respondents report taking their children to the library for this reason.
For more information on how you can sign up for your library card, click here and fill out the online pre-registration form, visit any of the GCLS branches or call  693-1121.
How to get a Library Card
Granville County residents and County employees may apply for a free library card by showing a valid North Carolina Driver’s License or photo ID with a current Granville County address. If your photo ID is not up-to-date, you must also produce a utility bill, lease agreement or proof of property tax payment within Granville County. If you have questions about what constitutes a valid proof of residency, please call our main branch at (919) 693-1121.
Non-residents may receive a library card for $15.00 per year.
If you have an active card from an NC Cardinal library, you can also use it to borrow material here at the GCLS!
If you lose your library card, a replacement card may be purchased for $1.00. Existing fines, fees and credits will we transferred to the new card.
Teachers in any Granville County school may apply for a teacher card. This card is valid for each school year (August – June).