Do you have yours? Getting a library card at Sequoyah Regional Library is easy! All you have to do is provide identification and something (ID, utility bill, etc.) showing your current home address within our 3-county system. If you do not live within the tri-county area (Cherokee, Pickens and Gilmer Counties), but own property here, you are still eligible. Just provide your ID and a tax bill showing the address of your property. You can apply for a card at any of the public libraries that comprise the Sequoyah Regional Library System.
Click here to access the library card application. Fill it out, print it off, bring it in (along with ID) and you’re good to go!
YOU CAN NOW APPLY ONLINE! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR NEW CARD
Haga clic aquí para acceder a la solicitud de tarjeta de la biblioteca en español .
Anyone who lives, pays taxes, or owns property in Cherokee, Pickens, or Gilmer County is eligible to receive a free library card for use throughout the Sequoyah Regional Library System. To receive a card, visit your local branch and bring a photo ID or two documents that show a current address. The most common form of ID is a driver’s license, but a utility bill, non-driver ID, or other form that clearly shows an in-county street address will be accepted.
Cards are available to children with the signature of a parent or guardian. Non-residents can obtain an annual card for a fee.