Union Township Residents
Photo identification and current proof of address is required for all adult patrons (aged 18 and older) before a card can be issued. Please bring a driver’s license, valid passport, employee photo ID, school photo ID, or any valid government photo ID AND a regularly received piece of mail, such as a current utility bill, valid motor vehicle registration or other proof of address to the library when you apply for your card. A post office box is not sufficient.The Library Card is valid for 2 years and can be renewed by providing current updated ID information
Patrons under the age of 18 require a parent or guardian to be present and to produce proof of their current address in order to issue a card to the child. Parents or guardians are responsible for all materials their child borrows and must sign the application for minors. Guardians must provide proof of guardianship.
Working in Union Township but not a resident?
In addition to the above, proof of employment in Union (a dated letter on company letterhead from the employer stating that the applicant is employed in Union or a recent pay check receipt which indicates the Union address) must be provided.
All students attending public or private schools or colleges located in Union may obtain a Union Public Library card. Parents or guardians are responsible for children under the age of 18. Cards in this category are issued in September and are valid through June 15th of the following year. Students taking summer classes must provide proof of registration.
Out of town residents may purchase a Union Public Library Card for an annual fee of $40.00. Non-resident cards may not be used at other participating libraries (MURAL). This card category receives all other privileges granted to resident card holders including reserves and interlibrary loans. This card category is valid for 1 year. A Purchased Card can be obtained by providing proof of residency, an annual $40.00 fee and a completed Union Public Library application form